Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue (NorLSAR) are a group of volunteers who are trained in search and rescue techniques. We are prepared to help the police look for missing people 365 days a year. NorLSAR are a '24 hour, seven days a week service'. The team will always be ready to help search for missing people within lowland Britain.

If you would like to know more about our organization, and can't find the information you are looking for on this website, then let us know. We are always keen to meet new people and have a 'Contact us' page on this website. If you would prefer to meet us in person then please come to one of the many events we attend. Details can be found on the 'Diary' page.

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Latest Articles

Morrisons, Cromer collection

Many thanks to Morrisons in Cromer for hosting a NorLSAR collection on Tuesday, 25th April. Our thanks go to the […]

First Aid Refresher

On the second Wednesday of each month there is a full team training session on an aspect of SAR. April’s session […]

Dog Training in Thetford Forest

  Beautiful Thetford Forest offers several different sites that are suitable for SAR training. These sites are particularly useful training grounds […]

Sainsbury’s North Walsham Collection

Staff and shoppers at Sainsbury’s supermarket, North Walsham, made NorLSAR team members very welcome as they collected funds for new search […]


Callout to support Norfolk Police; 7 members attended.

Waitrose Wymondham Collection

Many thanks to the staff vand shoppers at Wymondham Morrisons, we raised £172 today. Every penny raised stays in Norfolk […]

Second public search for Corrie McKeague

Six members of Norlsar supported Suffolk Lowland Search and Rescue by leading two teams of public volunteers search a 12km […]

Callout, near Norwich

Callout to support Norfolk Police search for a missing person near Norwich. 16 members attended.

Roys of Wroxham Collection

8 Team members assisted with a Charity collection at Roys of Wroxham where a fantastic amount of £314.22 was raised. […]

Flood teams respond to East Coast tidal surge

Twelve team members (11 Water First Responders and an Incident Manager) were on standby in Great Yarmouth on Friday night […]