New Incident Control Unit Unveiled

Friday, 24th February, 2017, saw the official “launch” of KSAR’s new mobile Incident Control Unit at Kent Police Headquarters in Maidstone. The vehicle became operational a week before and played an integral part in a life-saving search on its very first day, followed by three further searches in the space of five days! 14 months of fundraising to replace >>Read the full article…

KSAR were delighted to welcome the Shipping Minister, John Hayes MP, to West Hythe Leisure Park, Kent, this morning. The Minister came to see our new rescue boats and didn’t hesitate when offered the chance to don a pfd (personal flotation device) and take to the water. As he was enjoying it so much, we >>Read the full article…

Cornwallis Freemasons Grant

A grant of £2500 towards our new Search Control Vehicle was issued by Cornwallis East Kent Freemasons last week. Thank you very much for your generosity – the vehicle will be operational later in the year…

We are extremely grateful for some recent substantial grants from various charitable trusts: Postcode Community Trust (People’s Postcode Lottery) Roger De Haan Charitable Trust Kent Community Foundation These funds will help us purchase and convert a much-needed, brand new Search Control Vehicle. THANK YOU!