Storm Ciaran clean up helped thanks to CBO Projects - could your business help support us at the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 23:48, 12th Dec, 2023 | 0

The GSPCA continue to clear up after Storm Ciaran and care for many animals affected by the recent awful weather.

We have so many thanks to give for help tidying and clearing up after the storm and one group that helped were from CBO Projects.”

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “On the 3rd November just after the awful damage caused at the GSPCA due to Storm Ciaran we had so many offers of help and one group were three staff from CBO Projects.”


Appeal for portakabins due to damage from Storm Ciaran and much needed ahead of our BIG BUILD

Submitted by Steve on 13:38, 10th Nov, 2023 | 0

At the GSPCA we are currently in search of ideally 2 portakabins.


GSPCA Launches Urgent Fundraising Appeal in Wake of Storm Ciaran

Submitted by Steve on 11:32, 10th Nov, 2023 | 0

In the aftermath of the destructive Storm Ciaran, the Guernsey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (GSPCA) is reaching out to the community for support in rebuilding and repairing significant storm damage to their facilities.



Barnacle Bill the loggerhead sea turtle one of the casualties at the GSPCA from Storm Ciaran

Submitted by Steve on 11:20, 6th Nov, 2023 | 0

As well as all the storm damage at the GSPCA we have seen many casualties over the last few days.

Today a couple rescued a young loggerhead turtle from Chouet.

Michael Le Page said “We were walking along Chouet this morning  where we discovered many things washed up and one was a sea turtle covered in barnacles.2

“We nearly didn’t see him, but once we realised what he was we picked him up and got him to the GSPCA.”

Michaela Le Page said “We thought he was dead at first as he wasn’t moving.”

“Thankfully he moved so we got him to the GSPCA.”


GSPCA battered by Storm Ciarán with extensive damage to aviaries but thankfully all our animals were safely moved indoors

Submitted by Steve on 10:33, 2nd Nov, 2023 | 0

The GSPCA continue to be battered by Storm Ciarán and the 100mph winds.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “Although there was minimal damage at the GSPCA at 5am this morning since then we have had a number of trees down and extensive damage to a number of our outdoor enclosures and aviaries.”

“Thankfully the last 2 days we have been making preparations to make the Animal Shelter as safe as possible and we moved all the outside animals in so they are all safe and well.”