Mallydams Wood is a well established wildlife rehabilitation centre, education centre and woodland nature reserve in the South East of England, covering Kent, Sussex and Hampshire.
Visiting Mallydams Wood
Visitors can enjoy guided walks through our 55 acres of woodland, go out badger watching, take trips to nearby farms or beaches or even spend a few days at the centre’s residential accommodation. Find out how you can get involved in our events.
Because welfare of the animals is our priority, we can’t allow the public to tour the wildlife centre. Too much human contact can prevent animals from making a full recovery. However, you can watch what the wildlife in our care get up to in our CCTV footage.
Supervised visits to support vocational courses or groups can be booked in advance. For enquiries regarding education please call 0300 123 0750.
How you can help
We need to raise £25,000 towards our Hastings Wild Things project, to help prevent cruelty to animals fefore it starts. Donate to the Wild Things project.
Admittance of wildlife
Need help with an orphaned or injured wild animal?
Our wildlife centre is open to the admission of wildlife casualties but opening hours depend on the time of year:
April-September: 8am to 8pm
October-March: 9am to 5pm
During these hours you can call us on 0300 123 0723.
RSPCA Mallydams Wood
Peter James Lane
Out of hours
Outside of these the best thing to do is call the RSPCA's 24-hour cruelty line: 0300 1234 999.