We can’t promise to make our team members bionic but we’ll do our best… the Rescue Benevolent Fund, there for the mountain and cave rescue ‘family’ in need

Usually, when I write here, it’s wearing my Mountain Rescue magazine editor’s hat, but this time I’ve popped on a different guise, as secretary and trustee of the Rescue Benevolent Fund. There’s never a ‘good time’ to have an accident…

Bowland Pennine’s 2006 ‘winter wonderland’ rescue remembered

Hard to believe this stunning image of Bowland Pennine team members battling through the snow – which surely must rate as one of the most iconic in recent mountain rescue history – is almost thirteen years old. Thirteen years! Yet…

Warm baths and soggy underpants, and getting #AdventureSmart. At least some things in mountain rescue have changed

Well, here we are in 2019. Christmas done for another year. Baubles packed, tree stripped, crackers cracked. So did you make any New Year resolutions? More outdoor adventure perhaps, a bucket list to tick? Just before Christmas, Lakeland Walker editor,…