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10 months ago
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10 months ago

Thank you for all the offers of help! Unfortunately we can only use our own Responders during this incident. However please join us to help in the future. Anyone interested in joining the group ... See more

10 months ago
Timeline Photos

Strathclyde 4x4 Response are deployed across the region again today. Give our folks a wave if you see them! Please note that we can only be deployed through official channels, we cannot respond to ... See more

10 months ago

Strathclyde 4x4 Response is very busy today working for Scottish Government and the NHS. We love your comments but regret that we cannot take individual bookings as these must come through directly ... See more

10 months ago

Today has been the busiest in the history of Strathclyde 4x4 Response. 15 Responders (plus 2 Controllers) have carried out 67 taskings for 5 different agencies from Gourock to Wishaw.
Its been a long ... See more

10 months ago

We remain at Standby for the next few days. Currently have 17 Responders reporting their Availability for tomorrow.

10 months ago
Weather warnings

With the Severe Weather warnings for this week, the Group is now at Stand By

Met Office UK weather warnings for rain, snow, wind, fog and ice. Choose your location to keep up to date with local weather warnings.

11 months ago

Tonight’s members meeting was a private tour of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service Heritage Trust at Greenock. A very interesting and informative evening and our thanks to the volunteers who gave ... See more

12 months ago
Praise for Wishaw's health staff and volunteers by NHS chiefs after recent snow

A nice little article in the Wishaw Press about the volunteer efforts carried out last week to keep NHS Lanarkshire going.

Staff pulled out all the stops as pressure on services mounted due to flu and injuries caused by icy conditions.

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