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London South East Branch

We are a Branch of the RSPCA raising money locally to support our animal welfare work. 
Our branch is run by a Committee of locally elected volunteers who are responsible for the management and administration of the Branch's affairs. 

The London South East Branch of the RSPCA covers the following wide area: Abbey Wood, Bermondsey, Blackheath, Brixton, Brockley, Brockwell Park, Camberwell, Catford, Clapham, Deptford, Dulwich, Eltham, Greenwich, Herne Hill, Grove Park and Mottingham, Honor Oak, Kennington, Lambeth, Lewisham, New Cross, Peckham, Plumstead. Rotherhithe, Surrey Quays, Stockwell, Streatham, Sydenham North, Thamesmead, West Norwood, Woolwich and Vauxhall.

We have our own charity number (212444) and are manned at a local level purely by unpaid volunteers. Our aim is to help the animals in our area in any way that funds and our own volunteer time allow. We do our best to rehome abandoned and mistreated animals, and, when funds allow, we foster such animals.

We aim to help towards the treatment of any animal covered by our area where the owner cannot afford it, as well as promoting microchipping, low cost vaccinations, neutering and offering general advice on animal welfare.

 
 

Our events

  • Sun 12 April - Thu 31 December

    Low Cost Vaccination and Free Microchipping Clinic
    LONDON
    XLow Cost Vaccination and Free Microchipping ClinicLONDONThe RSPCA South East London Vaccination Clinic is located inside the RSPCA Norwood Rd Charity Shop, 380 Norwood Road London SE27 9AA. We operate a walk-in service; twice monthly; where no appointment is necessary.

    Fully vaccinate and microchip your puppy, kitten or rabbit for: £20.00

    The next clinic will be held on Sunday 12th April 2015. Doors open at 11am.
    Sun 12 April - Thu 31 December Run by: London South East BranchLocation: Norwood Road Shop 380 Norwood Road LONDON SE27 9AAMapMapContact: Davidrspcalondonsoutheastbranch@gmail.comor 07952680522Find out more
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    Low Cost Vaccination and Free Microchipping Clinic

    Sun 12 April - Thu 31 December Location: Norwood Road Shop 380 Norwood Road LONDON SE27 9AAMapMapContact: Davidrspcalondonsoutheastbranch@gmail.comor 07952680522The RSPCA South East London Vaccination Clinic is located inside the RSPCA Norwood Rd Charity Shop, 380 Norwood Road London SE27 9AA. We operate a walk-in service; twice monthly; where no appointment is necessary.

    Fully vaccinate and microchip your puppy, kitten or rabbit for: £20.00

    The next clinic will be held on Sunday 12th April 2015. Doors open at 11am.

 

Services we offer:

Adopt an animal

Microchipping

Neutering

Veterinary financial aid

We prioritise animals in need, which may mean we cannot take in unwanted pets.

Charity number:

212444

Contact us for more details

London South East Branch

We are a Branch of the RSPCA raising money locally to support our animal welfare work. 
Our branch is run by a Committee of locally elected volunteers who are responsible for the management and administration of the Branch's affairs. 

The London South East Branch of the RSPCA covers the following wide area: Abbey Wood, Bermondsey, Blackheath, Brixton, Brockley, Brockwell Park, Camberwell, Catford, Clapham, Deptford, Dulwich, Eltham, Greenwich, Herne Hill, Grove Park and Mottingham, Honor Oak, Kennington, Lambeth, Lewisham, New Cross, Peckham, Plumstead. Rotherhithe, Surrey Quays, Stockwell, Streatham, Sydenham North, Thamesmead, West Norwood, Woolwich and Vauxhall.

We have our own charity number (212444) and are manned at a local level purely by unpaid volunteers. Our aim is to help the animals in our area in any way that funds and our own volunteer time allow. We do our best to rehome abandoned and mistreated animals, and, when funds allow, we foster such animals.

We aim to help towards the treatment of any animal covered by our area where the owner cannot afford it, as well as promoting microchipping, low cost vaccinations, neutering and offering general advice on animal welfare.

 
 
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