Môn Search and Rescue are a Lowland Rescue team located on Ynys Môn (Isle of Anglesey) in North Wales who support the existing search and rescue services working on the Island and the mainland by providing specialist land-based lowland search personnel.
The aims of Môn Search and Rescue are;
1) To save lives and relieve those in need, by assisting the work of the police and rescue services for the public benefit on Ynys Môn and anywhere else as required, in particular but not exclusively, by:
a) Searching for and the recovery of those missing or at risk of harm.
b) Assisting in the relief of suffering and distress amongst those endangered by accidents or natural hazards
2) The advancement of education for the public benefit, in particular but not exclusively by promoting, sustaining and increasing individual and collective knowledge and understanding of search and rescue skills and techniques.
Môn SAR are a registered charity (1162558) and all of its members are unpaid volunteers.
The charity receives no direct funding to pay its running costs therefore relies on donations, grants and sponsorships to fund for its search operations.
Môn-SAR are recruiting and training personnel to fill a wide range of operational and support roles within the team. If you are interested in joining the team, get in touch if you would like to find out more.