A voluntary organisation, which specialises in rescuing people from local hills, has launched a campaign for a new control vehicle.
Tweed Valley Mountain Rescue Team has kicked off a project to raise £60,000 for a new state of the art vehicle.
The festive fundraising for this project asks members of the public to buy a ‘Virtual Pint’ via a donation on the team’s Virgin Money Giving page.
Volunteer and deputy team leader Dave Wright said: “Raising funds for a state of the art incident command vehicle will be a challenging project and will take a number of months to complete.”
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