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Ian and Juno visited the Dereham & District Round Table and gave them a presentation on what we do and how Juno the search dog works. They very generously gave us a cheque for £500. All donations go straight back into the running of NORLSAR we are 100% volunteer.

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NORLSAR currently has a number of Air Scent and Ground Scent dogs in training, and one operational Air Scent dog, Juno. The handlers and dogs train continuously, in varied locations throughout Norfolk and surrounding counties. Search dogs are a valuable asset to the team, due to their speed in covering ground and locating people in […]

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Can you help us raise money for a control vehicle? If so please follow the link below, it only takes a few minutes and every amount helps us help the community of Norfolk. https://www.gofundme.com/incident-control-unit

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Due to a large influx of new recruits, we will not be recruiting at this current time. Please follow us on social media to keep updated with future recruitment days. Thank you for your support

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NorLSAR is proud to announce our new 2018 sponsorship with NVCS Ltd and the Green Farm Coffee Company. They have kindly offered to supply our team with refreshments on call outs.  

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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. 🙂

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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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