Dyffryn Clwyd Lodge of I.M. Present Cheque to SARDDA

Dyffryn Clwyd Lodge of I.M.recently presented a cheque for £140 to the Search and Rescue Dogs Association (SARDDA).

£106 came from a raffle collection taken at the Dyffryn Clwyd Lodge of I.M. meeting held on the 9th May, There was also additional money raised by W.Bro. Steve Cooper (pictured presenting the cheque) from a sponsored walk which topped the sum up to £140.

The cheque was presented to the Search and Rescue Dogs Association at one of their training days held at Rhudd Ddu. There were handlers from various parts of the UK (as you will see on the rear of van) including the I.o.M. It costs them close to £500 for one training day, which includes the hire of the venue.

The day before the training day, one of the dogs in the photo, with the handler, assisted the police in Kinmel Bay in search of a missing person/body.

They are also trying to raise funds to renew their aging radio communications handsets, which are an essential part of their kit next to the dogs. A lot of their searches these days is not in mountains but urban searches, as in Kinmel Bay, also for people suffering dementia who wander off and get lost.

Dyffryn Clwyd Lodge of I.M. PresentCheque to SARDDA

Dyffryn Clwyd Lodge of I.M.recently presented a cheque for £140 to the Search and Rescue Dogs Association (SARDDA).

£106 came from a raffle collection taken at the Dyffryn Clwyd Lodge of I.M. meeting held on the 9th May, There was also additional money raised by W.Bro. Steve Cooper (pictured presenting the cheque) from a sponsored walk which topped the sum up to £140.

The cheque was presented to the Search and Rescue Dogs Association at one of their training days held at Rhudd Ddu. There were handlers from various parts of the UK (as you will see on the rear of van) including the I.o.M. It costs them close to £500 for one training day, which includes the hire of the venue.

The day before the training day, one of the dogs in the photo, with the handler, assisted the police in Kinmel Bay in search of a missing person/body.

They are also trying to raise funds to renew their aging radio communications handsets, which are an essential part of their kit next to the dogs. A lot of their searches these days is not in mountains but urban searches, as in Kinmel Bay, also for people suffering dementia who wander off and get lost.

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