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NorLSAR wishes to thank GY Rope Access for their invaluable help in taking down the digital mast at the Hethersett Fire & Rescue Station. GY Rope Access can be found at www.gyropeaccess.com and they are also on FaceBook. ūüôā

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We recently were invited to provide a presentation and demonstration talk to one of the local Brownie Packs in Thorpe St. Andrews, Norwich about who we are and what we achieve as a charity, At the talk our Search Dog “Flynn” came along to demonstrate how a search dog operates within a search environment, The […]

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On Saturday,¬†Ian Danks and his lovely GSP, Juno, went through two ALSAR assessments. They did their Level 1, Stage 3 assessment in the morning, and their Level 1, Stage 4 assessment in the afternoon. They passed both with flying colours! The stage three assessment involved finding a missing person over a 0.5 km distance. Stage […]

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Two of NorLSAR’s dogs in training Successfully completed their Level 1, Stage 2 assessments on Saturday. Juno and her handler, Ian, along with 2 year old Border Collie, Archie, and his handler Maura, showed great drive and¬†put in excellent performances.

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NorLSAR thanks Norse for its very kind donation of two wonderful pop-up posters. These giant posters are well constructed and very eye-catching. They will be invaluable for fundraising and PR events. We are very grateful for the support and sponsorship that Norse gives us.

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On the last Friday of each month, the NorLSAR team trains to maintain and improve its practical skills. May’s training involved transporting injured persons, navigational skills, chemical hazards and rope throwing.

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The NorLSAR team would like to thank staff and customers at Tesco in Sprowston for their kind generosity.¬†¬† ¬£262.69 was raised towards the costs of running the team. These collections are not just an important¬†source of funding for the team; they also provide valuable opportunities to engage with local communities and let them know about […]

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  Members of the NorLSAR water team have to train rigorously to qualify as responders for the NorLSAR Flood Relief team. Their training includes how to stay safe¬†in fast flowing water. As well has being well trained, it is important that each team member has¬†appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment).  

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NorLSAR were very happy¬†to attend¬†2017 Brundall Boat Show. It was a very well-organised event and well-attended. The NorLSAR team had a tent in¬†the grounds of the Norfolk Yacht Agency,¬†and members of the NorLSAR water team were on hand to¬†talk to the public about water safety.   The water team also gave¬†two demonstrations during¬†the day. Several […]

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At this year’s AGM, Paul Webber stood down as Chair of Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue after nearly three years in the post. During his¬†time as Chair, Paul has presided over a team that has grown in membership and professionalism. Fortunately, while standing down from the post, Paul is not standing down from the team; […]

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