Brecon Mountain Rescue Team have been called out multiple times in the past three weeks starting with a call for help from the Pen-y-Fan area.

On Friday, September 22 the team assisted a walker and their dog who were both injured.

The dog was stretchered off the hillside by the team and the owner was walked off after being assessed by the team's casualty carer.

A spokesperson for Brecon Mountain Rescue Team said: "Many thanks to the police for their assistance with the dog handler."

The rescue team returned to the Pen-y-Fan area two days later on Sunday, September 24 to assist with two missing persons.

Both of them were located safe and well.

This was followed by another callout on Monday, October 2, where the team assisted Western Beacons Mountain Rescue Team, Central Beacons Mountain Rescue Team, Search and Rescue Dog Association South Wales and South Wales Police with a search for a missing person in the Peterson-Super-Ely area.

Brecon Mountain Rescue Team were called out twice on Saturday, October 7.

In the first callout of the day, they were called out to Nant y Arian where a mountain biker was injured.

Working alongside Aberdyfi Search & Rescue Team, the casualty was treated and stretchered off the hill by the rescue teams.

After that callout had concluded, Aberdyfi colleagues received two other call out requests. They asked Brecon team to assist with one of these on Cadair Idris to a casualty with a lower leg injury.

Maritime and Coastguard Agency helicopter 936 from Caernarfon were able to collect the casualty and her companion from the mountain and fly the casualty to a field below whilst the team were on route.

The team Land Rover then collected the casualty from the landing zone and transferred her back to the car park for her onward journey to hospital.

A spokesperson from Brecon Mountain Rescue Team said: "We wish all our casualties a quick recovery and we unfortunately couldn't make the Pen y Fan light up event due to us being out all day with callouts quite far north!"