GSPCA Education talks brought into the 21st century thanks to Guernsey Post

Submitted by GSPCA on 14:08, 19th Jul, 2012 | 0

The GSPCA carry out dozens of educational talks every month.  Unfortunately we have had limited equipment, but we are pleased to announce that we have recently received a very kind donation that has helped us to purchase resources that brings the GSPCA talks into the 21st century.


Blanchelande College Children get to meet Bernard and a tour of the GSPCA Animal Shelter

Submitted by GSPCA on 17:13, 19th Jun, 2012 | 0

On this sunny day the GSPCA Animal Shelter was visited by a junior class from Blanchelande College with over 20 of their students.Ferrets meet Blanchelande College School childrem at the GSPCA Animal Shelter in Guernsey

The group with 4 teachers were shown around the Shelter by Welfare and Education Officer Emma Trousdale.  The children got to view the cats and hedgehogs, ferrets and baby birds, dogs being exercised and rabbits being brushed.


Can you help with our education visits?

Submitted by GSPCA on 17:09, 1st May, 2012 | 0

The GSPCA are looking for some volunteers who might be interested in helping with our Educational visits and talks throughout the Island.

We are looking for good communicators who are comfortable with public speaking and able to work with a diverse cross section of the community including children.

You must have a love for animals and animal welfare and be keen to promote the GSPCA.

If you are interested please contact Emma at the GSPCA 01481 257261 or email [email protected]


Herm Primary School Visit the GSPCA after raising funds during Cupcake Week

Submitted by GSPCA on 16:22, 26th Apr, 2012 | 0

Last week the children of Herm Primary School visited the GSPCA Animal Shelter after having joined in the GSPCA Cupcake fundraising week, raising a fantastic £40. 

During Cupcake Week the children were all encouraged to bring in cupcakes to sell and they also spent the morning decorating some which had been brought in by Herm school teacher Mrs Mary Carey.   The children handed over the money they raised to Emma Trousdale the GSPCA Education and Welfare Officer when they visited the Shelter last week.