Sussex 4x4 Response

  Sussex 4×4 Response have again supported the Martlets Hospice Midnight Walk in Brighton again this year by Marshaling with their 4×4 Response Support Vehicles for the Martlets event which took place overnight on Saturday 13th June. Hundreds of women took part in the night time walk in Brighton starting from Brighton Racecourse, and taking […]

A donation from Sussex Police has now been handed over to help Sussex 4×4 Response carry out its vital work supporting Sussex Police in adverse weather and assisting search and rescue teams and its other community activities. We are proud to announce that Sussex Police has kindly donated to us a command and control vehicle, […]

Today Responders were invited on a practical off road refresher at Shoreham old cement works to put into practice there skill which had been gained from previous training courses. Within Sussex 4×4 Response at our heart is practical off road driving and vehicle recovery training. Over the course of Saturday members honed there skills and […]

Thanks to all our Responders and all individual teams involved in Exercise Operation Boulder today it was a cold start, But a great days training was had by all participants and by comments received go further to compound the value we hold at Sussex 4×4 Response regarding our use in such joint operations where trained […]

Every year public-spirited volunteers get out in their communities and support people who are affected by severe weather conditions. Whether shoveling the snow away from schools or transporting food and medicine to the vulnerable, these volunteers step up for neighbours in trouble. This is the community spirit that lies at the heart of the Big […]

This Weekend sees our Off Road & Recovery Level 1 & 2 Courses over in West Sussex ! Before we can expect members to commit to responding, it’s important to make sure that they are properly equipped for the wide range of circumstances that they might be called upon to handle, and that means training. […]

Flooding presents a number of risks to health, drowning being the most obvious. Serious injury can be caused by falling into fast flowing water or from hidden dangers under the water, such as missing manhole covers. The stress and strain of being flooded and cleaning up can have a notable impact on mental health and […]

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