Congratulations to provisional team member James Gooding on receiving his Certificate of Merit from the Superintendant of Cumbria Constabulary. The importance of timely CPR should never be underestimated.
Team member Tony enjoyed a visit to the Stripy Horse Nursery today; the kids had fun rescuing one of their teachers injured on stripy horse mountain. Continue Reading
We would like to thank Don Shore, a founder member of the Kendal based “bootboys” walking group. Don, decided that to celebrate his 70th birthday he would organise a fundrasing walk with his group and with monies raised donated to the team. He visited our base and handed over a cheque to Team leader Dave… Continue Reading
The team are launching our “Wheels Appeal 2017”. We are in the process of fundraising for a new control vehicle to replace our current Mobile 2. The new vehicle will be designed to meet the changes in technology and how we, as a team, can adapt our role within Mountain Rescue to assist the Emergency… Continue Reading
The team was out in Kendal town centre this weekend, fundraising and speaking to members of the public about the work we do. Thanks to everyone who stopped by for a chat. Continue Reading
Today we provided marshals and team support at the Kentmere Trail race. A big congratulations to all the runners who took part, the team really appreciated your “thankyous” as you ran past their marshalling posts. Continue Reading
Kendal MRT are pleased with the continued support we receive from Bridgedale socks. Each team member gets supplied with a range of socks suited to each season. A big thankyou from all the team. Continue Reading
It is with great sadness that, on Sunday evening, we received the news that former team member Rod Muncey had lost his battle with Prostrate Cancer. Rod had returned to his native west country just over two years ago to care for his parents when he was diagnosed. Prior to leaving Kendal his devotion and… Continue Reading
The team would like to wish fellow Kendal Team Members Matt and Paul, good luck, as today they arrived in Iceland to start their fat bike challenge, heading eastwards across a truly remarkable landscape. We are hoping to track their progress from tomorrow. Continue Reading
Team members Tony and Kath visited Grayrigg primary school to talk to the Oaks classes (years 3-6) about the Grayrigg Train Crash. Tony (who was yet to join the team, but lives in the village) spoke about how the incident effected Grayrigg whilst Kath spoke about her involvement on the night as part of Kendal… Continue Reading
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