Posts tagged Hurricane
Better Together

Serve On volunteers were delighted to welcome friends from the new UK International Volunteer Responders Association to April’s IRT training weekend.

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Disaster Experience For England Rugby Stars

Volunteers from the Serve On humanitarian response charity have been putting England Rugby U20 players through disaster experience scenarios to help their development.

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You Did Us Proud

Serve On’s Pete Dunning helped Team UK to an Invictus Games silver medal in the wheelchair rugby.

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Emergency Services Show 2018

Serve On was back at the Emergency Services Show in Birmingham this year.

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SIMEX Rewind

A little look back, today, to the May heatwave when our teams were in action at SIMEX2018

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Serve On International Response Volunteer, and charity ambassador Pete Dunning has been selected to represent the UK at the Invictus Games in Australia this year.

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Back In The Groove

After the disappointment of the March training being snowed off, our newest International Response Team recruits got back into the swing at the weekend with an introduction to Urban Search And Rescue (USAR).

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British humanitarian response charity Serve On were at the heart of the relief effort in the Hurricane-ravaged British Virgin Islands

British humanitarian response charities Serve On and Team Rubicon UK were at the heart of the relief effort in the Hurricane-ravaged British Virgin Islands yesterday as they arrived among the first voluntary agencies in the disaster area.

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Press Release: RAF support enables rescue team to reach hurricane hit BVI - first report from the field

A joint disaster response mission by Serve On and Team Rubicon UK have arrived in the Hurricane-hit British Virgin Islands in a unique collaboration with the Royal Air Force.

With the BVI devastated by category 5 Irma's 185mph winds and Category 4 Hurricane Jose threatening to follow Irma's path of destruction, the team had successfully reached Barbados but all standard flights onward to the area had been cancelled.

The only air link to the main island Tortola was through rare emergency flights until the arrival of the RAF on Friday.

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