This past week our volunteers have:
Helped with the Royal Highland Education Trust's (RHET) family 5k fun run at Briarlands Farm and BlairDrummond Safari Park whereby over £1,300 was raised for RHET locally!
Stuart, our chairman, was the VIP guest who presented Heartstart Certificates to S2/3 students at St Mungo's Academy in Glasgow on the occasion of their PE Awards. We work with the staff at several schools including St Mungo's, Balfron High School and Park Mains High School ain Erskine to teach CPR and other lifesaving skills. Well done all pupils!
Team members Nikola from Strathblane and Linzi from Strathyre attended a ScotGov Water Safety Ministerial Roundtable event at Balloch alongwith other Water Safety Scotland Partners.
Four public access defibrillators have been used this week - from Killearn, Croftamie, Doune and Blairdrummond. One person recovering in hospital, sadly one fatality, we don't yet have information on one case and in another the defib was not used.
A number of our volunteers responded to recover the defibs, clean them, fit new pads and packs containing scissors etc and put them back in their cabinets. Sion from Croftamie, Nick from Killearn, Nikola, Janice and Heather from Strathblane took part in this work. Thanks to the members of the public who phoned us to alert us to the defibs being used and Balfron Police for recovering two of the defibs.
Replacing these pads and packs is costly - roughly £350 spent replacing five sets of pads and three resusc kits. Thankfully, the grant we received from Stirling Council - Your Fund Your Priorities is covering these replacements - for now...
Please remember you cal always donate to the team by visiting our Just Giving page at https://www.justgiving.com/tsart. The link is also at the top of the page beside our facebook and Twitter logo's.
back into hearstart training
chain of survival
Meet the new search dogs
fish n chips
international search dog day 2021
Dog Training April 21
Defibs Save Lives
Rest in Peace, Taz
Busy Sunday Evening for the team
Bowie Training March21
International Womens Day 2021
Search dogs back in training
February 2021 Newsletter
Donate for free
Two New USAR Dog Teams
Trossachs SAR sign the Armed Forces Covenant
Joint Radio Network Launched
A busy January
A busy 2019 for Trossachs SAR
New team Headquarters
Pilot project in support of TEC
A busy August and September!
First 6 months of 2019
Another team member gets married
Arnold Clark provide Trossachs SAR with a Renault KADJAR
P7 Emergency Services Day at Balfron High School
January and February 2019 update
Trossachs SAR are now on Instagram - give us a follow!
Trossachs SAR attend the opening of the salmon season on the River Teith at Callander
Heartstart classes delivered in January 2019
Trossachs SAR deliver CPR training at Glasgow mosque
Taz voted as winner in recent photo competition
Scottish Ambulance Service Awards 2018
Heartstart November 2018
Scottish First Aid Awards 2018
Scottish Health Awards 2018
Community Responder Award - UK Heart Safe Awards 2018
Provost's Awards 2018
20 Years of Trossachs SAR!
Death of Retired USAR Dog Mitch
Community Responder Award Nomination - UK HeartSafe Awards
William Charles Barrington MBE
Nikola's 3 Lochs Challenge!
Severe Weather Response
The Kennel Club Friends for Life
Vote for USAR dog Taz
Trossachs SAR collect a new Toyota Hilux from Arnold Clark!
UK Heart Safe Awards 2017
Team Training - Saturday 5 August 2017
Trainee USAR dog Tara
Award Nominations for Trossachs SAR
Helimed 76 Visit
A marathon to save lives!
Stuart and Elaine's Outer Hebrides Cycle
H.M. Passport Office, Glasgow Donation
CPR and AED awareness for staff at Glengoyne Distillery
St Andrews First Aid Youth Conference 2017
Mains Farm Wigwams - Sea King Visit
Glengoyne Distillery - At the Heart of the Community
7 public access defibs
Mitch in the Movie