Are you ready to take on the Kent Search and Rescue Pie Face Challenge? Take a Pie in the Face and donate to Kent Search and Rescue.
The Kent Charity Trek organised by Kent Search and Rescue, is a 50km or 25km trek through the beautiful Kent countryside on the 16th May 2020.
Kent Search And Rescue in conjunction with Kent Police and Kent Fire And Rescue Service have created a video that aims to show how a completed At Risk of Going Missing Form can help Police and Search Teams to locate and rescue vulnerable missing persons.
“#SAFE_AND_DRY” is an alcohol-related drowning risk awareness campaign promoted by Kent Search and Rescue (KSAR)
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…
Two generous donations were gratefully received in December: £2000 towards our new Search Control Vehicle from the Inman Charitable Trust and £50 from a raffle held by Hasland Dance Studios in Herne Bay. Thank you and Merry Christmas!
Some of the team enjoyed a chilly day on (and in) the River Stour at Wye, recently, for Flood Rescue and Bank Search training using some of the kit purchased with a donation by South East Water. Pictures courtesy of Ady Kerry/SE Water – click to “go large”:
This year’s Aviva Community Fund is now open and we are going all-or-nothing for a new Search Planning Vehicle! You may remember that last year we were successful with a bid for Bike Team equipment to the value of £1000, so please take a moment to help get this project through to the Finals where >>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…
The incredible students at Invicta Grammar School in Maidstone really are serious fundraisers. They presented us with a cheque for £2157.66 on Friday, having raised over £47000 in total for several Kent charities. Many thanks to you all!