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Hertfordshire 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.


Unfortunately we have been unable to obtain enough public funding to have an animal centre and therefore use a private cattery and rely heavily on dedicated fosterers of which we are in very short supply.

 

We were extremely grateful to receive two legacies which enabled us to open our first shop in November 2012.

 

We look forward to hearing from you if you are able to support us in any way. 

 
 

Our events

  • Sat 6 December

    Baldock Services Flag Day
    BALDOCK
    XBaldock Services Flag DayBALDOCKWe will be collecting to raise funds for local animals in needSat 6 December from 09:00 AM to 04:00 PMRun by: Hertfordshire East BranchLocation: Baldock Services, M A1 A507 BALDOCK SG7 5TRMapMapContact: Vickyinfo@rspcahertseast.org.ukor 01462 484862Find out more
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    Baldock Services Flag Day

    Sat 6 December from 09:00 AM to 04:00 PMLocation: Baldock Services, M A1 A507 BALDOCK SG7 5TRMapMapContact: Vickyinfo@rspcahertseast.org.ukor 01462 484862We are collecting at Baldock Services to help give financial assistance to those in desperate need of help to look after their animals.  This money will also go towards looking after the sick and injured animals or animals in our care looking for homes.

     

    Local money goes to local animals

 

Services we offer:

Adopt an animal

General enquiries

Neutering

Shopping - new / used items

Veterinary financial aid

Please note that the shop is unable to deal with any animal matters.

Charity number:

208244

Contact us for more details

Hertfordshire 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.


Unfortunately we have been unable to obtain enough public funding to have an animal centre and therefore use a private cattery and rely heavily on dedicated fosterers of which we are in very short supply.

 

We were extremely grateful to receive two legacies which enabled us to open our first shop in November 2012.

 

We look forward to hearing from you if you are able to support us in any way. 

 
 
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