To call us out
- Dial 999
- Ask for GLOUCESTERSHIRE POLICE
- Then ask for CAVE RESCUE
- Be prepared to give as much information as possible about the location of the cave, the cavers involved and the injuries sustained.
- STAY BY THE PHONE
- A Cave Rescue Warden will call you back for more details
Paul Taylor and his film crew have produced an award winning film about Otter Hole. These are available for £15 per copy. From each sale £2.50 is being donated to GCRG. Postage and packaging in the UK is £3, outside the UK would be at cost and advised when the order is placed. Orders can be placed by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For more details see our Fundraising page
Last night Keith and Sue from SMWCRT visited GCRG to talk to the wardens and committee about the digital control system that their team uses. Working with other teams is a key part of what we do so understanding their working practices is very important and it certainly has given the wardens and committee a lot to think about. There are many ways that we could further modernise the way we operate so it is very helpful to see what other teams are doing in this space. Thanks again to Keith and Sue for a thought provoking evening.
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What is Cave Rescue?
For those unfamiliar with cave rescue, GCRG have produced a short video.
This video (by Nicky Bayley) gives an introduction to cave rescue: