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South East 4×4 Response members were delighted to support Lenham Parish Council’s event which gave the Royal Electrical And Mechanical Engineers (REME) Freedom of the Parish, 80 years after the Lenham tragedy when 46 REME personnel lost their lives after a V1 “flying bomb” crashed into the living accommodation ofContinue Reading

We are extremely grateful to Logistics and Security, Maidstone, who have kindly donated two fire safety sticks to help equip our two new lottery funded response trailers. The presentation by Lawrence Cullinane and Matt Bassett to Max Webb, Trustee and Information Office, South East 4×4 Response, took place at LeedsContinue Reading

South East 4×4 Response, are celebrating being awarded £10,000 in National Lottery funding. The cheque presented by Helen Bonser-Wilton, Chief Executive of Leeds Castle will support our work with providing voluntary assistance to emergency services, communities, Kent County Council and other agencies, particularly in time of adverse weather and whenContinue Reading

We are delighted to welcome the latest volunteers to our expanding team who completed their two day training this weekend. Well done all! Pictured here with our CEO, David Mills, and our Training Officer, Ross Hart.Continue Reading

This week, we wish to give a massive thank you to all our volunteers, both past and present, for their unfailing support of South East 4×4 Response to ensure that we are a very successful organisation in supporting our communities in difficult times and adverse weather throughout Kent and Medway.Continue Reading

South East 4×4 Response were at the Kent and Medway Resilience Forum workshop held for parish councillors to help them build a resilient community within their locality. Discussions were held as to how South East 4×4 Response could support along with an explanation as to what we do in timesContinue Reading

South East 4×4 Response members were more than happy to be supporting Kent Search and Rescue with their fund raising 25k and 50k Challenge Trek. Walkers walked from Chatham Dockyard to Eastwell Manor with a final or half way stop at White Horse Wood at the top of Detling Hill.Continue Reading

Members were out supporting the Heart of Kent Hospice annual Bluebell Walk near Harrietsham transporting marshalls and water stations to their respective points at the start of the day. A number of rescue events were carried out collecting those who had sustained injuries whilst walking and bringing them back toContinue Reading

For our first event this year we supported the St George’s Day Family Fun Day at Sheerness, Isle of Sheppey. A good day was had by all, both the fundraising team and those visiting our stall.Continue Reading