British overseas territories

The British Red Cross has eight overseas branches. As they are all in British overseas territories, they form part of the British Red Cross.

Their work covers a wide range of Red Cross activities depending on local needs. For instance, many branches offer disaster management, community health support and first aid. As in all Red Cross branches, volunteers are the mainstay of their work.

Our Caribbean overseas branches include Anguilla, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Montserrat and the Turks and Caicos Islands.

We also have branches in the Falkland Islands, Gibraltar and St Helena.

Anguilla

Activities include: disaster management, a transport service, first aid training, first aid at events, a youth programme and community health work.

Bermuda

Activities include: disaster management, health and safety training, medical equipment rental, a transport service, first aid training and first aid at events. Charleswood, 9 Berry Hill Road, Paget DV 03, Bermuda

Cayman Islands

Activities include: disaster management, first aid training, HIV/AIDS awareness training, and first aid at events.

Falkland Islands

Activities include: fundraising. Falkland Islands Red Cross, P.O. Box 166, Port Stanley, Falkland Islands

  • Falkland Islands Red Cross, P.O. Box 166, Port Stanley, Falkland Islands

  • (+500) 21897

Gibraltar

Activities include: mobility equipment rental, hospital visiting and a transport service. Gibraltar Red Cross, Branch Headquarters, The Convent, P.O. Box 657, Gibraltar

  • Gibraltar Red Cross, Branch Headquarters, The Convent, P.O. Box 657, Gibraltar

  • (+350) 200 74452

Montserrat

Activities include: disaster management, first aid training, first aid at events, health and social care, a financial assistance programme and a youth programme.

St Helena

Activities include: disaster management

    Turks and Caicos Islands

    Activities include: disaster management, first aid training, first aid at events, community programmes and a youth programme