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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 Dog over cliff  #013 / 2019
17th February 2019 - 16:54
The full team were paged at 16:54 this afternoon. With both the West Bay Coastguard Rescue Team and Lyme Regis Coastguard teams dealing with another incident Wyke along with DW Fire & Rescue were tasked to Seatown,
We were stood down to return to station after two West Bay team members and DW Fire & Rescue arrived on scene before us thus saving taking the team so far out of area.
Icon showing Animal Rescue Dog over cliff  #012 / 2019
15th February 2019 - 16:01
The full team were tasked to back up our colleagues Portland Bill Coastguard Rescue Team. They had completed the recovery of the dog as we arrived on scene. Their account of the incident below.

15/02/19 15:59hrs
Dog stuck near to cliffs (Blacknor Fort)

Team tasked by (NMOC) National Maritime Operations Centre to West Cliff, North of Blacknor Fort to a dog which had fallen into a fissure (Natural Crack).
The team used a rope to secure the dog and it was quickly lead to a safe position and reunited with it’s owner. The dog had a few scratch’s but seemed otherwise unharmed. The team made sure the dog and owner were ok before they returned home and the team returned to station. Wyke Coastguard CRT was also on scene to assist.
Icon showing Helicopter Landing Site HLS  #011 / 2019
11th February 2019 - 13:49
Full team tasked this afternoon to provide assistance to Lulworth CRT and prepare the HLS at Dorchester.

A male with a suspected broken leg required airlifting to Dorchester hospital. Some team members made their way directly to the scene on Bindon Hill at Lulworth. Wykes vehicle proceeded to Dorchester and met R175. We transferred the casualty to an awaiting ambulance before all assets were stood down to return to station.
Icon showing Search Kite surfer  #010 / 2019
08th February 2019 - 16:00
Second tasking of the day for the team. Our colleagues at Portland Bill Coastguard Rescue Team were also paged to assist us.
A kite surer was reported struggling with his equipment tangled in rocks on the breakwater. It transpired he had abandoned his gear, returned to Ferrybridge, then driven and accessed the breakwater from Bincleaves and recovered his equipment. Another FAWGI, the team were able to observe from station to ensure he departed safely.
Icon showing Other Persons in water  #009 / 2019
08th February 2019 - 13:04
Just after 1300 hrs the team were alerted by the NMOC (National Maritme Operation Centre) to a person entering the water opposite the Fairhaven Hotel. We arrived on scene with Dorset Police and a paramedic to find a local metal detectorist going about his business in a dry suit. The first informant did the right thing by dialing 999 and asking for the Coastguard. A false alarm with good intent. The conditions can only be described as miserable with heavy rain and gales. We were pleased to return to station dry.
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