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Dundonnell Mountain Rescue Team to benefit from donations at winter safety talk

By Hector MacKenzie

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A MOUNTAIN rescue team providing a lifeline round-the-clock search and rescue service to a huge swathe of Ross-shire will benefit from donations at a winter safety talk taking place this evening.

The talk at Cotswold Outdoor on Longman Road in Inverness is open to all.

Donations are invited for the Dundonnell Mountain Rescue Team whose members offer a voluntary service covering a vast area of rugged and remote mountainous country, which includes some of the most inaccessible areas in the country.

The team of around 35 volunteers is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to help anyone in difficulty on the hills, mountains or crags in an area spanning more than 2600 square miles.

The talk starts at 6pm.

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