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Team News
Long Service Award 20th February 2015 Friday marked a very special occasion for the team, Richard “Leggy” Legg’s official award ceremony for twenty years’ continuous service with the Wyke Coastguard more
Added by: Mark Fagg - 21st Apr 2015
Challenge Weymouth 14th September 2014 It was autumn 2013 when Mark Fagg, the Station Officer for Wyke Regis Coastguard Rescue team, recklessly announced his intention to participate in the more
Added by: Malcolm Wright - 21st Oct 2014
A quick update on former team member Malcolm Wright. On 18th July Malcolm attended Windsor Castle. Malcolm, who was awarded an MBE in the New Year's Honours List received more
Added by: Mark Fagg - 04th Aug 2014
Wessex FM Local Hero Awards 20th June 2014 On the 20th June four members of the Wyke CRT were honoured to accept the Wessex FM Local Hero Services Award, on more
Added by: Mark Fagg - 06th Jul 2014
Former team member Malcolm Wright will celebrate the New Year this evening knowing he is on the New Years honors list. He receives an MBE for 40 years service more
Added by: Mark Fagg - 31st Dec 2013
Former Station Officer Malcolm Wright and the current Station Officer, Mark Fagg both received long service awards on the evening of 15th November. Mark 20 years and Malcolm a more
Added by: Mark Fagg - 25th Nov 2013
Congratulations Malcolm on 40 years of service in HM Coastguard today Having only served 20 years I do not feel qualified to comment on Malcolms 40 years of service more
Added by: Mark Fagg - 24th Oct 2013
Latest 5 Callouts
Icon showing Animal Rescue HLS  #057 / 2019
29th June 2019 - 13:50
Tasked this afternoon to prepare the HLS at Dorchester. R175 from Solent tasked to lift male with headinjury from Weymouth Lifeboat ALB. Once the paramedic was on board it was decided to carry on into harbour, therefore we were stood down to return to station.
Icon showing Animal Rescue Climber, leg injury  #056 / 2019
28th June 2019 - 20:20
The full team were paged at 20:20 and asked to back up our flank team, Portland Bill CRT. The Bill team had been tasked to a climber who had sustained a broken ankle near to Sharpitts, Weston.

The casualty had completed their climb, but had tripped and fallen whilst making their way back to the cliff top. Team members assessed the casualty, who was stable and in good spirits. Due to the location, Rescue 175 was tasked to the incident to extract the casualty. When on scene, Rescue 175 was immediately re-tasked to a high priority incident near to Solent, and departed.

With the requirement to winch still necessary, the NMOC tasked Rescue 187 from St. Athan to attend and facilitate the rescue. Rescue 187 arrived on scene and deposited they Paramedic to the base of the cliff with the casualty and CRO. Rescue 187 then landed on near to Blacknoor Fort. When the Helo paramedic was happy with the casualty condition, Rescue 187 then took off and winched the casualty directly aboard, making their way to the Dorchester Rugby Club, of which the Wyke MRU was awaiting their arrival.

Upon arrival, Wyke team members assisted with casualty transfer and secured the site until Rescue 187 had departed, allowing the team members to stand down after a very busy day.
Icon showing Helicopter Landing Site HLS  #055 / 2019
28th June 2019 - 19:04
The team were tasked to prepare the HLS at Dorchester just after 1900 for one of our Rescue helicopters. Due to a change of plan we were stood down.
Icon showing Search Injured male  #054 / 2019
28th June 2019 - 08:56
On return from the previous tasking the team were contacted and asked to immedialtely respond to an injured male in the Ringstead area. Lulworth Coastguard Rescue Team were also tasked due to the nature of the incident.
Once on scene two search teams deployed along the foreshore and cliff tops jlooking for the casualty. R187 from St Athan was subsequently scrambled to our location along with Dorset Police and SWAST.
Paramedics located the casualty on White Nothe, treated the casualty before we stretchered him the short distance to an awaiting ambulance. After a debrief both teams returned to their respective bases.
Icon showing Marine yacht aground  #053 / 2019
28th June 2019 - 08:17
Team tasked along with Weymouth ILB to a yacht which reported itself aground off Castle Cove sailing club. The team liased with the ILB who confirmed both occupants safe and well on land. We took some details and put them in touch with Portland Port regarding possible recovery, we then stood down to return to station.
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