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Welcome to Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team


Welcome to Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team (CMRT). We operate in The Northern side of the North York Moors but operate in other areas when requested to do so by neighbouring teams and other agencies. Dealing with over 40 incidents per year, we are a self-funding dedicated team of 'professional volunteers' coming from all walks of life, united in their love of the outdoors and their wish to help their fellow outdoor enthusiasts in trouble.


Callout 18 Rescue Guisborough Forest

Thursday 28th April 13:40hrs We were alerted by an ex member of the Team to an injured mountain biker in Guisborough Forest. A 61 year old Guisborough man had lost control of his bike about two miles along the forestry tracks from Hutton Village. We were guided into the scene by one of the man's friends and were able to reach him quite quickly in one of our Landrover ambulances. He was treated at the scene by Team personnel before been flown, through the gently falling snow, to James Cook Hospital by GNAA. 14 team members responded to the callout that lasted just over an hour
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Team helps with Queen's birthday beacon

On Thursday April 21st the Team assisted Great Ayton Parish Council with a beacon near Captain Cook's Monument. The Team ferries some of the dignitaries unto the beacon site and provided a safety cover for the spectators on the bitterly cold night.
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Incident 18 Mountain Biker Rescue

Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team Rescue of Injured Mountain Biker Press Release 28th April 2016 The volunteer members of Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team were alerted for the 18th time this year on the afternoon of Thursday 28th April when they were asked to go to the aid of a crashed mountain biker. The drama began when a 61year old mountain biker from Guisborough lost control of his mountain bike whilst cycling with friends on one of the tracks in Guisborough Forest. He was injured when he hit the ground heavily. Fortunately, like most mountain bikers, he was wearing a helmet that saved him from potentially more serious injures. The Team quickly mobilized one of their Landrover ambulances and they were able to drive the two mil...
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We have had great support in the last couple of weeks from groups around our area. On the east coast we were one of the charities of Dave Pearson during his year as Captain at Hunley Hotel & Golf Club, Brotton (http://www.hunleyhotel.co.uk) We were presented with £1800 for which we are very grateful. Heading west to Northallerton we received a third year of support from Cycling for Proffitt. The cyclists supported the Spinal Injuries Association, James Cook University Hospital Spinal Injuries Unit and the Cleveland MRT with cheques totalling £3750 at Jacobs UK Ltd. The annual fundraising cycle challenge follows the spinal injury sustained by one of their fellow cyclists, rescued by the Cleveland MRT. Photographs of the group are ...
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