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SULSAR is a member of
Lowland Rescue
SULSAR is a registered charity.
Charity No.1091537

 

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Registration is now open for Nightwalker II

https://goo.gl/forms/ODPSQvKuP96vsdbo2

 

This is the second night navigation event Suffolk Search and Rescue have organised that the public can be involved in. We as a team wanted to make it an event that teams will enjoy, it is designed to be arduous so please do think about your fitness levels. The navigation side is also designed to be testing please do make sure all team members are able to navigate with OS style mapping, it will be pitch black and these skills will be essential. 

The entry fee for the event is kept to a minimum and all event staff have given their own time to make this event work. Included in your entry fee is a cooked breakfast at event control after you have finished the event. It also covers insurances and hire of facilities. It is set at £15 per person (£60 for the team). 

Any remaining funds will be donated to the Suffolk Lowland rescue account to help the organisation continue to operate throughout the year. Once registered we will send out instructions to pay and once payment is received we acknowledge and confirm your place. 

Around 6 weeks before the event, Final Joining Instructions will be sent to you along with essential kit lists and directions.

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Suffolk Lowland Search and Rescue (aka SULSAR) is a voluntary organisation which is part of Lowland Rescue. We mainly search for vulnerable missing persons (known as mispers). SULSAR is a registered charity & therefore we rely on donations. Although members are volunteers they require specialist equipment and therefore donations are vital.

We are normally called out by Suffolk Constabulary, but we also respond to calls from other search teams in neighbouring counties. More >> 



 

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We are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and in all weathers, and therefore search team resources need to be flexible. One way to accomplish this is by having a pool of members to call on at any given time - members can give what time they can on a rotating basis, allowing a search to continue as long as necessary.

We run 2 New Intake Weekends each year. These normally occur in March and October.

If you are interested in volunteering for SULSAR, please click here for more information. We will be happy to hear from you.