People in County Durham are being urged to be an #AnimalHero this weekend by supporting RSPCA Felledge Animal Centre and going along to their annual Christmas Fair.
The RSPCA launched its ‘Everyday Hero’ campaign earlier this month, which urges all of us to do what we can to improve animal welfare, whether it is reporting a case of cruelty, donating unwanted clothes to an RSPCA charity shop or putting food out for the birds in our garden.
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Renowned nature lover and TV presenter Bill Oddie is to share his passion for wildlife at our Mallydams Wood Wildlife Centre near Hastings, East Sussex on Saturday (August 10).
Our vice president will be taking part in a question and answer session at the centre’s annual Open Day, their biggest fundraising event of the year. He will also officially open a new aviary dedicated to birds which are part of legal cases.
Bill Oddie said:
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The countdown is on to the biggest ever RSPCA Felledge Animal Centre Fun Day – and this year there are going to be some very special guests.
The event, which takes place at the centre on Beaney Lane, Chester Moor on Saturday 10 August, is being opened by Durham County Council Chairman Councillor Pauline Charlton, who will also announce a brand new class in the dog show, ‘Best Felledge Rescue Dog’.
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Thursday 18 July 2013
RSPCA Llys Nini are holding a funding raising event in Bryngarw Country Park, Bridgend on Sunday 28th July.
The “Mutt Strutt” is a sponsored walk for people with or without their dogs. It is a chance for people to appreciate Bryngarw’s surroundings and for dog owners to gather and socialise in the lovely surroundings of the park.
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Forget Wiggins and Hoy, this summer two fearless RSPCA supporters are planning to cycle the length of Wales to raise funds for the Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre in Colwyn Bay and the Search and Rescue Dog Association (SARDA) Wales.
Glyn Bayley and John Burson, who both work at the Bryn-y-Maen centre, hope to tackle the 250 mile journey in less than seven days even though the route is one of the toughest on the UK’s cycle network with more … Continue reading…