Links

Gloucestershire Hedgehog Network

The Gloucestershire Hedgehog Network is a group of like minded rescues working together to help our counties hedgehogs

The rescues involved are

Brockworth Hedgehog Rescue – Based in Brockworth, Gloucester and founded by Vicki Oliver

Telephone – 07789 268296

Website – www.brockworthhedgehogrescue.co.uk

Email – brockworthhedgehogrescue@outlook.com

Wild Hogs Hedgehog Rescue – Based in Frampton on Severn and founded by Jo Bisley

Telephone – 07949 976717

Website – www.wildhogshedgehogrescue.org.uk

Email – wildhogshedgehogrescue@gmail.com

Vale Wildlife Hospital – Based in Beckford, near Tewkesbury and founded by Caroline Gould

Telephone – 01386 882288

Website – www.valewildlife.org.uk

Email – info@valewildlife.org.uk

Please check out, like and follow our facebook pages, both for the Network and the individual rescues

LINKS TO VALE WILDLIFE HOSPITAL FORMS:

 

100 Club Application Form here

 

Make a Donation to Vale Wildlife Hospital here

 

Complete a Gift Aid Declaration if you are a UK Taxpayer here

 



 

Become a Member of Vale Wildlife Hospital here

 

Volunteer Application Form here

 

Work Placement Application Form here

 



Save Me. A group, founded by Brian May, who believe that every creature deserves a decent life & a decent death.

British Divers Marine Life Rescue. Dedicated to the rescue and well being of all marine animals in distress around the UK.

The British Hedgehog Preservation Society is a charity dedicated to helping and protecting hedgehogs native to the UK.

The National Anti Snaring Campaign (NASC) is an animal welfare organisation that campaigns against the sale and manufacture of animal snares in the UK.

Hugh Warwick, one of Vale Wildlife Hospital’s patrons and author of ‘A Prickly Affair: My Life With Hedgehogs’.

British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council (BWRC). Promoting the welfare of wildlife casualties both whilst in captivity and after release into the wild.

Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital, Haddenham, Nr Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.

Secret World Wildlife Rescue in Somerset specialises in the rescue, rehabilitation and release of orphaned and injured wild creatures.

East Sussex WRAS was set up in order to provide a front-line rescue service for wildlife casualties.

Wildlife Online. An educational resource featuring a wealth of information on British wildlife.

The Barn Owl Centre of Gloucestershire. Advancing public education in owl and raptor welfare and husbandry.

Wildlife World. One of Europe’s leading designers and manufacturers of wildlife habitats, feeders and other nature products.

HART Wildlife Rescue is a UK registered charity (#1066760) operating a wildlife hospital in Alton, North East Hampshire, providing a rescue, treatment and rehabilitation service for wildlife from all over Hampshire and surrounding counties.

International Otter Survival Fund. Dedicated to the conservation, protection and care of otters.

Environment Jobs. A wide range of environmental jobs on offer.

The League Against Cruel Sports, the leading UK charity helping to prevent cruelty to animals associated with sports such as fox hunting, game bird shooting and wildlife crime.

International Animal Rescue. Saving animals from suffering around the world

SnareWatch has been created by the animal welfare charity OneKind to collect information about snare use in the UK, and the animal welfare problems caused by these traps.