On Saturday, August 19, Brecon Mountain Rescue Team were alerted to an incident in the Elan Valley area regarding some dogs by Heddlu Dyfed-Powys Police.

The dogs had got into some difficulty around the dams.

The teamed worked alongside Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service, the Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust service and a local vet.

During Saturday afternoon, the team were called out to another dog related callout in the Pen y Fan area.

The dog had got into some trouble on one of the edges.

The team helped quickly resolve the issue and everyone was safe and well.

Continuing a busy spree of callouts, the rescue team were alerted by Heddlu Dyfed-Powys Police about a missing party member on Monday, August 21.

The person had become separated from their group for a long period of time.

Whilst the team were getting ready for deployment, the person was found safe and well.

Central Beacons Mountain Rescue Team were also set for deployment to make sure all routes would be covered.

Dyfed-Powys Police contacted the team again yesterday, Tuesday, August 22, regarding an injured female on Plymlimon.

The casualty was treated at the scene with a leg splint, before being packaged and stretchered until a decision to request assistance from Rescue 936 due to deteriorating conditions and dimming light.

A spokesperson from Brecon Mountain Rescue Team said: "Many thanks to Maritime and Coastguard Agency Rescue 936 for helping with the evacuation of the casualty to hospital."