CRNS volunteers have achieved much:

  • When it snows you will see our Snow Wardens on the streets clearing snow and ensuring safe access to important community assets, such as community shops or GP practices.
  • Flood Team members will respond to flood alerts by monitoring river and sea levels – ready to warn and inform communities and local business when appropriate.
  • During extremes of weather volunteers are available to check on vulnerable members of the community.
  • Volunteers can often be found clearing leaves and debris from drainage gullies to limit the risk of flooding and reporting gully conditions to the local authority.
  • CRNS volunteers are there to support the emergency services and their community in times of need.
  • Volunteers assist with any necessary evacuation; meeting the welfare and shelter needs of the community.
  • CRNS volunteers will collaborate and support neighbouring communities when needed.

Communities can make a real difference – when they are enabled and empowered!

Some of the success stories