On Tuesday 14th of June, volunteers Avril Throne and Paul Mullan from Foyle Search & Rescue had the distinct pleasure of travelling to Hillsborough to attend the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland the Rt. Hon. Theresa Villiers, M.P. Garden Party, in the presence of Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. This […]
I first became aware of FSR in 1995 when I had come home from University in England on holidays, asking who were the ones wearing the orange coats standing on Craigavon Bridge, I thought they they were mad standing out a night like that, the weather was terrible, little did I know.
In 1997 I […]
I joined Foyle Search & Rescue in June 2009.
I had always followed FSR through local press etc. and was always interested in what they were doing. So when I found I had a bit of extra time on my hands due to my children having grown up and moved out I decided to start volunteering […]
Foyle Search & Rescue, in Derry/Londonderry recognised with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service for 2016
A voluntary group from Northern Ireland who works in the community in a suicide prevention & search & rescue role has been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the […]
The 1st to the 12th of June is National Volunteering Week & a huge appreciation must go out to all our Active Volunteers & Foyle Search Fundraisers. All FSRs Volunteers give up thousands of hours of there own free time each year. They come from all walks of life, ages & background and are dedicated […]
Foyle Search & Rescue Charity are pleased to announce that following a recent Inspection FSR have joined the World Wide recognised Royal Yachting Association (RYA) as a recognised Training Centre and can provide a high level of boating standards to put FSR volunteers through RYA Powerboat, RYA Personal Watercraft and RYA First Aid […]
Foyle Search and Rescue has launched a campaign with energy supplier Electric Ireland to raise vital funds for life-saving rescue equipment.
The voluntary based registered charity is urging people to join its Switch & Support campaign that will fund equipment for volunteers on patrol and a new pager system to quicken response times. […]
Foyle Search and Rescue are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Volunteer Now, NI Investing in Volunteers Award. Investing in Volunteers is the UK Quality Standard for all organisations which involve volunteers in their work. To date, 92 organisations have achieved this award in Northern Ireland.
Stephen Twells, Chairman of Foyle Search and […]
Foyle Search and Rescue Service’s Annual Bucket Appeal will take place from Monday 2nd May 2016 to Sunday 15th May 2016, throughout different areas within the City. During the appeal, Foyle Search and Rescue Volunteers will be knocking on doors between 6.00pm and 9.00pm each night.
All authorised collectors will carry Foyle Search and […]
Foyle Search & Rescue Chairman, Stephen Twells announced today that a major new extension has started at their Prehen Base, 20 Victoria Road on 29th February 2016.
The tendered building works has been awarded to Conway Builders, under control of architects Michael Carr with Adrian Boyd Vice Chair supervising completion which should take approx. 34 […]