Berkshire Lowland Search & Rescue

Support our cause!

Next West Berkshire Lottery draw on Sat 4 April at 8PM

The draw is in 2 days 11 hours 44 minutes!

Raising £1,326.00 a year

51 tickets

51 tickets of 75 ticket goal

We need you now more than ever!

About Us:

Berkshire Lowland Search & Rescue team cover the whole of West Berkshire, we are a 100% volunteer staffed charity who provide highly trained searchers to assist Thames Valley Police in the search for High Risk Vulnerable Missing Persons such as young children, despondent persons or those living with dementia.

Berkshire Lowland Search & Rescue (BLSAR) provides foot searchers, search controllers and Search Managers as well as all the equipment needed to manage a large scale search including a control vehicle, water and drone teams, computerised mapping, radio communications, medical equipment & scene lighting.

All monies goes directly into the purchase of life saving equipment so please support West Berkshire Lottery, support Berkshire Lowland Search & Rescue and most of all good luck !!

Kris Manning 

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Latest Draw

Sat 28 March 2020

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