Search & Rescue Incidents During Week of 11th to 17th May 2015

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Search & Rescue incidents during week of 4th to 10th May 2015

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Fantastic News Another 4 Members pass initial training

Great News, on Wednesday the 29th April, More »

Search & Rescue Incidents for week of 27th April to 3rd May 2015

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Postcard Challenge

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Search & rescue Incidents during week of 20th to 26th April 2015

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Search & Rescue Incidents During Week of 11th to 17th May 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team were involved in 13 searches/ incidents during the week ending 17th May 2015, resulting in the rescue of 8 persons who were despondent/ suicidal.

We were called to 4  Searches by Sussex Police for despondent/ missing/ suicidal persons and 1 by the general public.

The Frontline Pro-actice team came across another 8 persons during our routine patrols

Sadly, there was a death at the cliffs this week.

Search & Rescue incidents during week of 4th to 10th May 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy team were involved in 20 searches, during the week ending 10th May 2015, resulting in the rescue of 12 persons who were despondent/ suicidal.

We were called to 9 searches by Sussex Police for despondent/ missing/ Suicidal Persons 2 by the general public and 1 by the beachy head pub.

The Frontline pro-active team came across another 8 persons during our routine patrols.

Thankfully there were no deaths at Beachy head this week.

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Fantastic News Another 4 Members pass initial training

Great News, on Wednesday the 29th April, Shirley, Mark, Dorian and Erik became the latest to pass out of Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team Training, and to be supplied The Iconic, Trusted,  Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team Uniform. Well done to you all.

Well done also to Carl who Joined our team to be trained for another Christian Agency, Good Luck Carl with the Launch of your new Team. (Carl is the one in the photo not in uniform.)

Shirley Mark Dorian and Eric will now become regular attendees at Beachy Head, whilst they gain experience in the work of the chaplaincy.

I apologise for the delay in getting this to press but, once we had signed them off, I needed to focus on Bible By the Beach, which now over things are getting back to normal.

Please pray for these new members  that the Lord will use them mightily and that they will integrate into the team well, and that the rest of the team will continue to be used mightily.

Mark Pybus Director

Search & Rescue Incidents for week of 27th April to 3rd May 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team Were involved in 17 searches during the week ending 3rd May 2015 resulting in the rescue of 8 persons who were despondent/ suicidal.

We were called to 10 searches by Sussex Police for Despondent/ Missing/ Suicidal Persons.

The Frontline pro-active team came across another 7 persons during our routine Patrols.

Happily there were no deaths at Beachy Head this week.

Postcard Challenge

Last Minute Artists are presenting a Postcard Challenge on Saturday 16th May at arts@thecrypt, 23 Church Street, Seaford, which is open to all.  There will be cash prizes for the winners and entry cost £1, with proceeds going to Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team.

This challenge takes place as part of the LMA’s Six Artists and Dog show at the Seaford Gallery from 16 – 21 May.  Bill Bovington, Sue Casebourne, Geraldine Edmonds, Lynn Gould, Sarah Gregson with pet Pippa and Bill Savidge will be on hand to talk about their processes and to hold workshops at various times.

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Search & rescue Incidents during week of 20th to 26th April 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy team were involved in 13 Searches during the week ending 26th April 2015 resulting in the rescue of 8 persons who were despondent/ suicidal.

We were called to 3 searches by Sussex Police for despondent/ missing/ Suicidal Persons 1 by our local coastguards, 1 by the public and were involved in assisting coastguards once and ambulance services once.

The frontline pro-active team came across another 6 persons during our routine patrols.

Happily I am able to state that there were no deaths at the cliffs this week.

Search and rescue incidents during week of 13th April to 19th April 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team were involved in 14 searches during the week ending 19th April 2015 resulting in the rescue of 9 persons who were despondent/ suicidal.

We were called to  7 searches by sussex  police for despondent/ missing/ Suicidal persons, 1 by the Beachy Head Pub and 2 by the general public.

The frontline pro-active team came across another 4 persons during our routine patrols.

I am pleased to be able to state that there were no death’s at  the cliffs this week.

Charity Run In aid of 3 great charities including Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team

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Please support this great event

Mark Pybus

Director BHCT

 

 

Search & Rescue incidents during week of 6th to 12th april 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team were involved in 17 searches during the week ending 12th April resulting in the rescue of 9 persons who were despondent/ suicidal.

We were called to 9 searches by Sussex police for despondent / missing/ suicidal persons and 3 by the general public.

The frontline pro-active team  came across another five persons during our routine patrols

Sadly There was a death at the cliffs this week

Search & Rescue Incidents during week of 30th March to 5th April 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy team were involved in 11 searches during the week ending 5th April 2015 , resulting in the rescue of 7 persons who were despondent/ suicidal.

We were called to 5 searches by Sussex Police for despondent/ missing/ suicidal Persons.

The frontline pro-active team came across another 6 persons during our Routine Patrols.

Happily I am able to report that there were no deaths at beachy head this week