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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.


Incident 10 (Rescue) Hutton Lowcross Woods

At 18-35 on the 24th April one of our Team members was alerted direct from the hill to a mountain biker with a problem. He had gone over the handle bars and sustained a nasty gash to his leg. The biker was on a forestry track in a known position so we did a limited call out and responded with one Land Rover. The rest of the Team was put on standby in case more help was needed. We quickly located the biker, administered Cas Care, called an Ambulance and evacuated the biker to the Ambulance. There were 7 of us on this one which lasted an hour
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Fundraising support

We can not thank Incidents on Teesside and all of their supporters, all 87000 of them, enough. The team have been chosen, along with one other charity to be supported for 2014. As you know, we rely on the generosity of the public to maintain this valuable service, whom without that support we would be unable to offer this service. The announcement from Incidents on Teesside... We are pleased to announce the charities that we will be supporting through promotion of their activities and fundraising during 2014 are Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team and Teenage Cancer Trust. Already this year you have helped us raise over £1000 for Teenage Cancer Trust! The Team have already been told that we are also a selected charity of Incidents ...
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Whale Bones Walk

Sunday 4th May 2014 From the Whale Bones in Whitby to Marske by the Sea. The sponsored walk will set out again to travel the 22 miles of the coastal path. The destination is the Clarendon pub and that is the place to be on 17th March to find out more and pick up an entry form and sponsorship form. (They will be behind the bar after that date.) "Will you come for a walk with us?"
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Whalebones Walk 2014

Well folks, although the walk is a few months away, it is time to think about getting fit so you can all complete it and enjoy the pub afterwards. Applications forms will be available from March 17th. As usual numbers are limited to 200, so if you want to take part then don't leave it to late to get your forms and start training. Above all its a great day out with a great bunch of people and all the proceeds go to a great cause. Keep checking back on our facebook page or the website for further details when they are released.
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