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Busy end to the year

December... Read more

Training for leading community project

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Another Successful Event Cover

September... Read more

More courses for Natural England

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Meeting Our Social Aims


As a social enterprise holding the nationally recognised Social Enterprise Mark we have to demonstrate we are meeting our social and environmental aims. At Cloudberry we do that by donating our annual surplus to charity and delivering training at reduced or no cost. In 2016-17 we provided over £6,000 of discounted time to community groups and voluntary organisations. 

In July we will be providing first aid for the first time to 30 Brownies from Whitley Bay who are working towards their First Aid Badges.

If you go down to the woods today

March... Read more

First Aid for Walk Leaders

Great confidence boost

Cloudberry Medical delivered the final of three first aid courses for walk leaders from St Edwards Walking Club. The club has over 120 active members and made the decision to provide firts aid training for it's walk leaders. In addition navigation training was provided by Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team.

"Great confidence boost regarding skills to enable me to put them into practice and maybe save a life /make a difference"

SunCity Triatholon

August... Read more

First Aid Training for Retriever Club
















Golden Retriever Club Norhtumbria members have completed a one day bespoke firts aid course recently.

"1st class, very worthwhile"

Over 300 people across the North East are members who take part in events which take them into rural areas which are remote or difficult to access leaving injured or ill members longer to wait for help to arrive. The training included relevant topics inlcuding insulating casualties, the effects of heat and cold and common injuries to limbs. Some of the training was outside.


Training for Park Rangers & Walk Leaders

April... Read more