Edale Mountain Rescue Team and The Little Urban Fox Explores Castleton

Special thanks to Keith Brown FRPS for taking these wonderful photographs and for allowing us to use them to show the work of The Little Urban Fox, and the Edale Mountain Rescue Team. We all really appreciate it. Thank you Keith x

Members of Edale Mountain Rescue Team and Search Dog Flo with Kathryn & Helen on Mam Tor, Castleton

‘The Little Urban Fox Explores Castleton’, Children’s book features members of Edale Mountain Rescue Team, including Search Dog Flo and her handler Paul Bartram.

On Monday 8th November 2021 Helen, Kathryn and members of the team headed on up the old Mam Tor road in Castleton. Once there, the team put together the rescue stretcher.

They then headed on up through the gates and onto the hillside. Here they set up, ready to re-enact their scene from the book.

Here they are safely strapping in their casualty.

Volunteer casualty, EMRT member, safe and ready to be carried down the hill side to the waiting rescue ambulance.

Mountain rescuer Paul Bartram and very special search dog Flo with the EMRT carrying the casualty safely down the side of the hill.

Here are the scenes from the book showing Amber and Ziggle, the colour changing worm, talking to a black crow who tells them of the hero mountain rescue team. They then head up through Cavedale, where they find a girl who has fallen and hurt her ankle. Ziggle shouts to Amber to run and fetch the very special dog Flo who alerts the rescue team. The Edale Mountain Rescue Team then carry the girl safely down the hill into Castleton.

Helen and Kathryn presenting Paul and Flo with a copy of the book and artwork, with the scene from the book in the background.

Paul and Flo’s artwork.

Edale Mountain Rescue Dog Flo

50p per full price book sold will be donated to EMRT

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