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Blackpool & North Lancs Branch

  

 

 

 

                            

 

  • RSPCA Blackpool and North Lancashire Branch has MOVED from Division Lane to Stalmine. Our new address is 74D, Old Toms Lane, Stalmine, Lancashire, FY6 0JR. Our new telephone number is 01253 703000                                                                                                                      The RSPCA prioritises the victims of cruelty, neglect and suffering so does not normally accept unwanted pets from members of the public, as the demand for space from our priority animals exceeds our capacity
  •  In order to help animals in our area money has to be raised locally by staff and volunteers through fund raising, donations and legacies. We do not receive any government funding.
  • We are delighted to announce that you can now donate to the centre via Paypal! Just click the donate button on our homepage which will take you straight to the donation page.
  • We are on Facebook, please "like" us and find out more about events we are holding and animals that we have up for adoption. 
 
 

Our events

  • Thu 11 February

    Charity Fish and Chip Supper
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    XCharity Fish and Chip Supper BLACKPOOLWe want to invite you to join us at our Fish and Chip Supper Night. £7.50 a ticket. Thu 11 February from 07:30 PM to 10:30 PMRun by: Blackpool & North Lancs BranchLocation: Harrold Rigbys Chip Shop Waterloo Road BLACKPOOL FY4 1ABMapMapContact: natasha hendersonenquiries@rspcablackpool.org.ukor 01253 703000Find out more
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    Charity Fish and Chip Supper

    Thu 11 February from 07:30 PM to 10:30 PMLocation: Harrold Rigbys Chip Shop Waterloo Road BLACKPOOL FY4 1ABMapMapContact: natasha hendersonenquiries@rspcablackpool.org.ukor 01253 703000We want to invite you to attend our Fish and Chip Night on Thursday 11th February. There will be a quiz, coffee and tea included, bread and butter, raffle tickets sold on the night with some great prizes! Don't missout! Tickets available from our Charity Shops or Animal Centre in Stalmine. 

  • Mon 7 March

    Free Microchipping
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    XFree Microchipping BLACKPOOLWorking along side the Council we aim to microchip as many animals possible at the event!Mon 7 March from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PMRun by: Blackpool & North Lancs BranchLocation: The Lakes Community Office Langdale Place BLACKPOOL FY4 4TRMapMapContact: natasha hendersonenquiries@rspcablackpool.org.ukor 01253 703000Find out more
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    Free Microchipping

    Mon 7 March from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PMLocation: The Lakes Community Office Langdale Place BLACKPOOL FY4 4TRMapMapContact: natasha hendersonenquiries@rspcablackpool.org.ukor 01253 703000By April 2016 it will be law to have had your dogs microchipped. Vets can charge up to £25 for this service, so why not come along to our event and get you animal chipped for "free" small donations welcome? We will be there from 10am - 4pm to make sure we get as many animals seen as possible. We are expecting a busy day, no appointment nessasary, but please make sure you are patient whilst we try and see everyone as quickly as possible. If you are bringing rabbits/cats along then please make sure they are in secure carriers. Dogs must be on lead and collar/harness. 

 
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Services we offer:

Adopt an animal

Microchipping

Neutering

Pet merchandise

Veterinary financial aid

We prioritise animals in need, which means we cannot take in unwanted pets from the public.

Charity number:

232252

Contact us for more details

Blackpool & North Lancs Branch

  

 

 

 

                            

 

  • RSPCA Blackpool and North Lancashire Branch has MOVED from Division Lane to Stalmine. Our new address is 74D, Old Toms Lane, Stalmine, Lancashire, FY6 0JR. Our new telephone number is 01253 703000                                                                                                                      The RSPCA prioritises the victims of cruelty, neglect and suffering so does not normally accept unwanted pets from members of the public, as the demand for space from our priority animals exceeds our capacity
  •  In order to help animals in our area money has to be raised locally by staff and volunteers through fund raising, donations and legacies. We do not receive any government funding.
  • We are delighted to announce that you can now donate to the centre via Paypal! Just click the donate button on our homepage which will take you straight to the donation page.
  • We are on Facebook, please "like" us and find out more about events we are holding and animals that we have up for adoption. 
 
 
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