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…

Stay safe in the winter mountains with these navigation tips from ‘ultimate navigator’ Lyle Brotherton

As gusty winds from the east and dusting of snow changed the late autumn landscape over higher ground in many areas across Britain this week, we thought it timely to talk about winter navigation. And who better to do that…