GSPCA join the Town Church Christmas Tree Festival and why not donate to get your hedgehog decoration

Submitted by Steve on 15:48, 9th Dec, 2021 | 0

Once again the Town Church is hosting a Christmas Tree Festival featuring trees decorated by local and international charities with viewing times 8.30am to 5pm and open until late on 9th, 16th and 23rd for late night shopping.

Entry is free so please pop in to see the trees and enjoy some refreshments when you are in Town.

The GSPCA have joined the festival with a lovely decorated Christmas Tree with a hedgehog theme.


Late Night Shopping each Thursday pop in to the GSPCA Charity Shop in Smith Street

Submitted by Steve on 15:28, 2nd Dec, 2021 | 0

The GSPCA in September opened our new Charity Shop in Smith Street and it has been doing extremely well headed up by Michelle Champion and her great team of volunteers.

The shop is located next to Fillers and some may remember it as the Christian Aid or Oxfam shop.

Normal open hours are 8am to 530pm Monday to Saturday but with the Late Night Christmas Shopping events.


Late Night Christmas Shopping Stall outside Barclay's each Thursday

Submitted by Steve on 08:47, 4th Dec, 2014 | 0

This evening and each Thursday in the run up to Christmas the GSPCA will have a stall outside Barclay's Bank.

This is the fourth Christmas in a row the GSPCA have attended the Late Night Christmas evenings in St Peter Port to raise funds for the Animal Shelter.

We will have a selection of Christmas and pet goods on sale and a few fun games to play.

We will be setting up from 5pm and we look forward seeing you tonight.

To visit our online shop please click here.


See the GSPCA Christmas Stall each Thursday between 5-9pm outside Lloyds Banks for the Late Night Shopping

Submitted by GSPCA on 12:58, 5th Dec, 2013 | 0

Once again the GSPCA will be in town each Thursday with the run up to Christmas with gifts for you and your pets.

This year we will be placed outside Lloyds Bank where Smith Street meets the Pollet and we will be setting up from 5pm with all sorts of goodies.

From dog toys to cat stockings, reflective dog coats to GSPCA sweatshirts, dog and cat advent calendars to cuddly toys there's something for one and all.

With items starting from as little as 50p please pop by and support our stall and help animals in Guernsey this Christmas.


Late Night Shopping with the GSPCA and Giant Animal friends

Submitted by GSPCA on 10:22, 20th Dec, 2012 | 0

This evening please pop along and support the GSPCA stall and shop fund raising to help animals in Guernsey.

We will have our stall on the Pollet as well as late night opening at our Pop Up Shop at the top of Smith Street thanks to OSA Recruitment.

Handing out lolly pops and raising funds will be some of the Giant Animal Mascots that you may know from the Animal Welfare Seafront Sunday held back in September.


GSPCA are in the Pollet for the Late Night Shopping with a new range of items on sale to raise funds to help animals in Guernsey

Submitted by GSPCA on 11:01, 12th Dec, 2012 | 1

Tomorrow night is the second of the Late Night Shopping in St Peter Port.

The GSPCA once again will be on the Pollet with some animal friends so please pop along to see our stall.

This Thursday we have a number of new items on sale which are ideal presents from only £1.  But please remember all of these items are on sale at the GSPCA Animal Shelter and will also be available at our Pop Up Charity Shop at OSA Recruitment in Smith from next week.


GSPCA Late Night Shopping in St Peter Port outside Joules on the Pollet & pop along to Sarnia Estate Agents

Submitted by GSPCA on 10:11, 6th Dec, 2012 | 0

GSPCA volunteers once again will be in town for the Late Night Shopping this evening and every Thursday with the run up to Christmas.

This year the GSPCA will be on the Pollet outside Joules with a selection of pet and GSPCA goods.

There will also be the chance to see one or two of our Giant Animal Mascots so please pop along and support us.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said 'No matter what the weather we will be there as we were last year handing out free lolly pops and getting into the festive spirit.'