Category Archives: Team News

New trainees for 2017

To maintain a fully-operational team, we need to regularly recruit new members. In mid-November the east section welcomed five new trainees to their number and over the weekend the west section also ran an induction day for new recruits. These … Continue reading

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Want to double your donation to CSRT?

The team are engaged in a new fund-raising effort, hoping to secure donations to replace some of our vital rescue equipment. In conjunction with The Big Give, we are seeking pledges of funding which may then be selected for matched … Continue reading

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2015 in numbers

50 team members Now 2015 is becoming a distant memory, we’d like to take the opportunity to thank the long list of people who’ve supported the Team through the past year. Aside from the 50 volunteer call-out list members who … Continue reading

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Kernow King announced as CSRT patron

We’re delighted and proud to announce that we have a new patron for the team in the form of the iconic Cornish comedian ‘Kernow King’ (Ed Rowe). His patronage was announced at a photo-call at the historic Carn Brea just … Continue reading

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Ultimate Coasteering success

We’d just like to say  big thank-you to the guys at Newquay Activity Centre who completed a 10-hour Ultimate Coasteering Challenge in September, raising over £1000 for local charities. Five staff members from the centre swam, traversed cliffs, jumped and … Continue reading

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Student film showcases the work of search dogs

We recently hosted a small team of students from the University of Falmouth who were interested in filming the work of our search and rescue dogs. The result of their efforts is now online and gives an insight into how … Continue reading

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Team members in Dartmoor rescue

Several of the team were involved in a rather unusual callout on the weekend whilst on a SARDA (Search And Rescue Dog Association) training weekend. Two dog handlers and a ‘body’ were involved in training at Holming Beam, near Princetown, … Continue reading

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