WHAT WE DO
NWRLR provide logistical response in adverse weather or hard to reach areas throughout the North West communities utilising highly trained volunteer responders to back up the emergency services and communities alike. Training with partner teams at every available opportunity and investing in our team to provide the very best response team to any event or disaster. From traction assistance at events to the supply of medical teams and ambulances, contact us for more details.
What we charge:
NWRLR only charge 65pence per mile door to door and are only funded through kind donations, we are a not for profit organisation.
NWRLR have and continue to provide logistical support during the pandemic delivering food parcels to children and delivering pulse oxy meters to victims, working alongside our colleagues at NW4X4R who provide mutual aid to us as we do them. All the teams involved adhere to strict Covid 19 guidelines in order to protect themselves and the communities being responded to.
NWRLR promote joint training with other like minded teams throughout the UK and have been involved and provided training to such teams as;
Cumbria 4X4 Response
West Midlands 4X4 Response
North West 4X4 Response.
We continue to hold Memorandum Of Understandings to provide mutual aid when required in major incidents and disaster situations and value all the above teams as partners all with the credit they deserve.
NWRLR provide assistance to;
Salford Community Voluntary Service.
Salford primary care.
Lancashire Fire and Rescue
Transport For Greater Manchester
Age UK Salford
Creative Design And Workware
All Star Fuels
Phil Halliwell Photography
NWRLR would also like to thank the National Lottery Community Fund who are are funding our Northwest Mobile Covid Response Project ID 20158554 giving us the opportunity to further our goals in helping the communities throughout the North West during the pandemic.
We would like to thank Amanzi Safety & Rescue Ltd for providing amazing training to our team for the DEFRA Module 3 Swift Water and Flood Rescue (SRT) course, as well as an amazing donation of rescue equipment.