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Serviced by dedicated unpaid volunteers, we rely on your support all year round

The history of organised Mountain Rescue teams began on this island in 1962 when the Mourne Mountain Rescue Team was founded. The Kerry Mountain Rescue Team and the An Óige Mountain Rescue Team were later founded in 1966.

The Mourne Mountain Rescue Team (hereafter referred to as ‘The Team’) is made up entirely of volunteers who live close to the Mournes. Based at the foot of Slieve Donard in the coastal town of Newcastle, all operations and callouts are currently conducted from the PSNI Station.

Lidl Northern Ireland has been given the green light to proceed with plans to develop a new state-of-the-art store in Newcastle, County Down. The new store, which will be located at Shan Slieve Drive and Bryansford Road, at the foot of the Mourne Mountains, will also provide The Team the space it needs to develop a new facility, future-proofing the organisation and its ability to continue providing a lifesaving service.

The Team are actively fundraising and seeking your help to ensure we have the funds in place to make this exciting project a reality. We need YOUR help to get us the funds we need! To find out how you can donate please visit our donation page. Every Lidl helps…

2020 in numbers

Man Hours

Up 44% from 2019

Callouts

Up 54% from 2019

Team Members

No Change

People Assisted

Up 132% from 2019

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Mountain Rescue in the UK is a voluntary service. To maintain this valuable community operation, we rely solely on the support and generosity of you – the public.

100% Voluntary. 100% Committed.

On Call 24 / 7 / 365. Here when you need us.

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Callout 20.09.21;

At 1729 hrs this evening the team received a request for assistance from the Police following concerns raised regarding the safety of an individual. The team responded and with the aid of passing Hillwalkers alongside the Police and other members of the public, located, assessed, treated and evacuated the individual to a place of safety. 

A total of 14 members responded and stood down at 2006 hrs. 

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Well done everyone sounded like a joint rescue ending in a good result

Well done 👏

Well done guys💜

Brilliant ,well done .

Great work team

Well Done MMRT

Well done everyone

Well done everyone 👏

Wonderful outcome

Brilliant well done again

Great work!👍

Well done everyone

Thank you

Well done 👏

Brilliant work by all involved ❤

Well done 👍

Well done all

🥰

Well done to all involved

Well dun team

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Great news. Well done all.

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We depend on donations like yours to keep saving lives in the mountains. We can only do the things we do because of people like you. Thank you.

About Us

The Team is made up of 36 volunteers who live in and around the Mourne area. We are on call 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. We undertake a substantial amount of training in advanced first aid, technical rope work and search management.

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We rely on donations from the public to support the work that we do. Your donation, however small, helps us to continue our work - saving lives. 100% voluntary. 100% committed.

In an Emergency

In an emergency dial 999 ask for Police then Mountain Rescue

Registered with The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland NIC100396. HMRC Charities Reference Number: NI00503. Company Number: NI 621484.
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