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Tîm Achub Mynydd Aberglaslyn Aberglaslyn Mountain Rescue Team

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AMRT Base
Old Moelwyn Dairy
Penamser Road
Porthmadog
Gwynedd LL49 9NY

Tel: 01766 515003

OS Ref: SH5599 3900

Search and Rescue for the community

Our purpose-built Base

Croeso - Welcome

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AMRT annual report 2014

Bear Grylls honorary member of Aberglaslyn Mountain Rescue Team

In an emergency requiring Mountain Rescue, always Dial 999 and ask for
Police then ask the Police for Mountain Rescue
Leaflet 'Who to Call'


Tuesday 25th August and Wednesday 26th - the Team were involved in a search for a missing person.

Tuesday 25th August - the Team were requested to assist LLMRT in an incident on Snowdon.

Sunday 23rd August - the Team provided safety cover for the Tour de Mon cycle race.

Team called out at 21.36hrs to report of male missing taking part in Snowdonia 50 Ultra Marathon. The Incident was safely concluded at 23.27hrs.

The Team were called to assist LLMRT with 6 cragfast persons (2 adults, 4 children) on Crib Goch at 18:10hrs. The Incident was safely concluded at 00.10hrs

Friday 7th August our new Base was officially opened by Bear Grylls, an honorary member of the Team.

We would like thank the following companies that provided support and services on our open day:- Harlech Foodservice Ltd, Purple Moose Brewery Porthmadog, Snowdonia Design & Print, Llechwedd Slate Caverns, The Coffin Dodgers, Derek's Tyres, Idris Bakery Criccieth, Criccieth TV

The Team were called out on the 6th August to a party of ten who became lost above Beddgelert on Moel Sygun.

The Team were involved in the rescue of a dog near Cwmorthin.

Team members have trained with Bristow, on the new Sikorsky Helicopter. Video on Youtube

News

'There is no doubting that AMRT saves lives.

And if you ever find yourself in that lonely situation of fighting for survival in the mountains or beyond,

know at least that AMRT will be the ones who

will be scouring the hills and canyons

looking for you!

I admire their work and dedication greatly.'

Video of Bear Grylls with Team members

  • Team members with Bear Grylls at our new Base
  • Search and Rescue – saving lives
  • Staffed entirely by unpaid Volunteers - funded by donations (click to donate)
  • Available 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week
  • Cover over 700 sq Km including the whole Llŷn Peninsula
  • Not just mountain rescue, search for people missing from home and rescuing animals
  • Work closely with the Ambulance Service, Coast Guard and other emergency services
  • Trained for incidents on lakes and rivers
  • Mountains, hills, valleys, mines and caves and urban areas - we are there
  • In an emergency dial 999 and ask for MOUNTAIN RESCUE

Aberglaslyn Mountain Rescue Team (AMRT) is a registered charity that operates in North West Wales and Snowdonia. We are staffed by approximately 30 volunteers and are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The team is funded almost entirely through voluntary contributions. We operate from a modern, purpose built control centre on the outskirts of Porthmadog.


AMRT provides a search and rescue service, not just on the mountains but covering the whole of North West Wales, including urban and rural areas and along the coasts of North Wales, thereby providing a service to the whole of the community.


We work closely with all of the other emergency services, including Police, Ambulance, Fire Brigade, Coast Guard, RNLI, RAF Mountain Rescue and Air Ambulance.

On this site you will find general advice on mountain safety, donating, joining the team, links to weather forecasts and webcams.

 Donations welcome

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