GSPCA Wildlife Ball ‘Let’s Dance’ at Les Cotils 12th October from 7pm

Submitted by Steve on 12:46, 29th Aug, 2019 | 0

The GSPCA Wildlife Ball takes place on Saturday 12th October from 7pm at Les Cotils.

Raising funds for the much needed Wildlife Hospital and the 100’s of wild animals at the GSPCA.

Tickets £50 which includes a three course meal.

Fancy dress encouraged there will be a raffle with BIG prizes.

Dancing to the Blondettes LIVE!!!!!

Licensed Bar.

Carriages at 12.

For tickets contact Suzy Rose

Email suzyrose@aol.com

Call 07781167023

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Well done GSPCA team for one HELL-sweatier of a challenge – please sponsor our team raising funds to build a new Wildlife Hospit

Submitted by Steve on 17:28, 28th Jun, 2019 | 0

Yesterday on what was a very sunny afternoon 4 GSPCA team members took on the Hellvetia Triathlon to raise funds to help build a new GSPCA Wildlife Hospital. Here is the link to sponsor the team - https://giving.gg/donate/event/4656/Sponsor-the-GSPCA-team-in-the-Hellvetia-Challenge-triathlon

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Please sponsor the GSPCA team members taking on the Hellvetia Triathlon to raise funds for the GSPCA Wildlife Hospital

Submitted by Steve on 16:22, 19th Jun, 2019 | 0

On Thursday 27th June GSPCA Manager Steve Byrne, GSPCA Staff Seb Goman and Gemma Gaudion and Work to Benefit placement Ben Lowndes undertake a very BIG challenge.

The 4 GSPCA team members are undertaking the Hellvetia Challenge which is a 600m open water swim, 2km bike ride up and down the infamous Val de Terres and finish with a 1.5km run.

This is all in aid of raising funds for the much needed GSPCA Wildlife Hospital and to sponsor the team please visit this link -

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An array of hedgehogs released back to the wild by the GSPCA team

Submitted by Steve on 15:25, 13th Jun, 2019 | 0

Over the last two months the GSPCA has both been extremely busy with an abundance of hedgehogs needing rescue and our care as well as those being ready to released to the wild.

Some of those being released back to the wild were hand rears from 2018 and last month one of the largest groups were released.

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Maggie the very lucky oiled kestrels broken wing pinned - help donate to our much needed Wildlife Hospital

Submitted by Steve on 14:30, 1st Jun, 2019 | 0

Earlier this week a kestrel was rescued in St Martins near Magnoila Tree Café.

The very poorly bird was barely moving with her head tucked under her wing which was hanging low covered in an oily substance.

The GSPCA rushed her to Isabelle Vets who on x-raying discovered a break as well as needing specialised bathing.

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Have you seen your ‘We need your help to build a new Wildlife Hospital’ leaflet and can you donate to this much need build

Submitted by Steve on 07:51, 30th Apr, 2019 | 0

Thanks to Guernsey Post, Donkey Logic and Colour Monster leaflets were dropped around Guernsey yesterday to promote our fund raising appeal to help raise funds for a new Wildlife Hospital here in Guernsey.

With over 2000 wild animals through our doors every year we help more wild animals than domestic every year and with the current facilities decades old and in desperate need of repairs and updating the GSPCA are appealing for your support to build a better future for the wildlife of Guernsey.

There are a number of ways you can help donate to this much needed project –

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Celebrate #WorldWildlifeDay by supporting our Wildlife Hospital Appeal

Submitted by Steve on 16:54, 3rd Mar, 2019 | 0

Today is #WorldWildlifeDay and with over 2000 wild animals through the GSPCA doors every year we need your support with our proposed new Wildlife Hospital which recently received planning permission.

This much needed facility is planned to replace a number of old buildings some which date back to the 1940’s.

Last year the GSPCA launched a fundraising campaign for the facility and now the planning has been granted the fundraising for the facility is a major priority.

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Full Planning Notification for the proposed Wildlife Hospital at the GSPCA – please donate to help this build become a reality

Submitted by Steve on 16:18, 26th Feb, 2019 | 0

Last week the States of Guernsey Planning Department gave the approval for the plans for the proposed new Wildlife Hospital at the GSPCA.

This much needed facility is planned to replace a number of old buildings some which date back to the 1940’s.

Last year the GSPCA launched a fundraising campaign for the facility and now the planning has been granted the fundraising for the facility is a major priority.

With just over £50,000 pledged or raised currently there is still a long way to the £900,000 required to build the GSPCA Wildlife Hospital.

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GSPCA Launch Buy a Brick for the Proposed New Wildlife Hospital

Submitted by Steve on 09:57, 2nd Oct, 2018 | 0

If you have visited one of the GSPCA recent events or stalls you may well have learned of the newly launched ‘Buy a Brick’ campaign to help the GSPCA achieve the propose new Wildlife Hospital.

The GSPCA currently treat over 2,000 wild animals and birds each year, this number continues to increase and our existing facilities can’t cope with the increase in demand, and are not fit for purpose.  They desperately need a radical reorganisation and updating.

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Guernsey Gaming Fest' 2018 - Tag Team Tournament Saturday 11th August in aid of the GSPCA New Wildlife Hospital

Submitted by Steve on 13:40, 7th Aug, 2018 | 0

Guernsey Gaming for Good are asking you to join them for three 2 VS 2 Gaming Tournaments, including:

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