Submitted by GSPCA on 08:37, 20th Nov, 2013 | 0

Last night the 2nd Cub Scouts with 4 leaders visited the GSPCA Animal Shelter in St Andrews.

Despite being a wet, windy, dark evening the group of 30 enjoyed a tour of the premises learning about the work of the GSPCA and caring for animals.

The GSPCA are always working to educate all age groups about our work and caring for animals.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager who took the tour around the Shelter said 'The 2nd Cub Scout group from Capelles were a fantastic group who were very well behaved and full of questions and stories about animals.'

'As it was an evening tour they got to see some of our many Hedgehogs at the GSPCA as well as behind the scenes.'

'What they really enjoyed was the chance to explore one of our kennel sections that were vacant and feel the underfloor heating.'

'We must thank them all for their donations at the end of the tour and for being a lovely group.'

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The following are events planned for 2013




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Bric-A-Brac, Clothes, Coffee & Snacks at the Shelter


Monday – Saturday 9am – 5pm

Pet Supplies & GSPCA Goods on sale at the GSPCA Reception


 Saturday 23rd &30th November

GSPCA meets Pegasus Photography for Pet Portrait Photo Sessions! Saturday 23rd and 30th November 2-6pm


December Thursdays

Late Night Shopping GSPCA Stall in town


Date and details to be confirmed

Christmas Fair


16th to 21st December 2013

Christmas Pop Up Shop on Smith Street thanks to OSA Recruitment


January 2014

Start of the Animal Care Course with WEA at the GSPCA



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