After a long year we are planning to open our training program.
Sat June 12th will see our off tarmac experience for members take place this is always good to practice the skills you require driving a 4×4 vehicle.
Will keep you updated and hope to see some of you there.
We attended the event with our Trailer as usual and tried to interest the crowds in what we do and why. Over the day we collected £52 for our funds and talked to lots of people about 4×4 Response.
9 member attended the event and helped to set up and run the stand
Given our government’s rapid and escalating response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we as the directors of LN4x4R have been regularly meeting to discuss the situation and what actions LN4x4R need to take. It is now clear that our services will be required in the near future to support our community.
We therefore have a few critical yet simple requests for all
The Festival opened to the public at 10.00 but we were on site for 06.00 to take charge of two gates and allowing access for the traders only. Dave and Struan looked after gate 2 and Chris and myself looked after gate 1. John came down to us at midday for a couple of hours and helped on
Lincs 4×4 Response actually deployed late on the 11th June after a call from Lincs Police to help a nurse get to Wainfleet and then run their Control Center 24/7
The Group was deployed very early at the start of the flooding, with members standing by in the community halls while bronze control
7 LN4x4 Marshals were used at the Bourne Classic Car & Bike Show. Duties included marshalling three road closures Marshalling the parking of the classic vehicles Our show trailer was there to inform the public about Lincolnshire 4×4 Response A total of £148 was donated to LN4x4 Response on the day A