Wildlife Treatment and rescue organisation. Treatment of injured wildlife in the area.
Northumberland National Park begins where the ancient Roman Empire ended. It is the most remote of all the National Parks in England and Wales, stretching from Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site on its southern boundary to the Cheviot Hills on the Scottish Border.
Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team is a volunteer organisation, responsible for search and rescues in remote and urban places throughout the Northumbria Police Force area. Its unpaid members share a common interest in providing an important life saving service 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.
The Glendale Gateway Trust is an independent charitable, community development trust set up to support the community of Glendale – one of the most sparsely populated areas of the country. Glendale, with a population of 6,000 people, covers 250 square miles of rural North Northumberland and stretches from the river Tweed in the North to the village of Ingram in the south.