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Hertfordshire East Branch

With effect from 16 May 2016 we have moved from our garden shed in Letchworth Garden City to offices in Baldock.

 

To date we have been unable to obtain enough public funding locally to own an Animal Centre and therefore we use a private cattery for our adult cats and rely heavily on dedicated fosterers to look after the cats, kittens and rabbits that come into our care, of which we are in very short supply.

 

Due to circumstances beyond our control, we had to move offices and are now in even more need of your support.

 

We are a Branch of the RSPCA raising money locally to support our animal welfare work and are, in the main, self funding.  


Our Branch is run by a Committee of locally elected volunteers who are responsible for the management and administration of the Branch's affairs.

 

In November 2012 we were able to open our first shop due to receiving two legacies from longstanding supporters of the Hertfordshire East Branch. 

 

 

It is only with your help and support that we can continue to do the work that we do for local animals in need and we look forward to hearing from you if you are able to support us in any way.

 
 
  • Fri 26 August

    Tesco Collection
    WARE
    XTesco CollectionWAREIf you can help us on the day, please contact us to help local animals in needFri 26 August from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PMRun by: Hertfordshire East BranchLocation: Tesco Stores Ltd 5-6, West Street WARE SG12 9EEMapMapContact: Vicky Burrellinfo@rspcahertseast.org.ukor 01462 672278Find out more
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    Tesco Collection

    Fri 26 August from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PMLocation: Tesco Stores Ltd 5-6, West Street WARE SG12 9EEMapMapContact: Vicky Burrellinfo@rspcahertseast.org.ukor 01462 672278We are collecting in store and if you are able to spend an hour or two to help, this would be greatly appreciated. 

     

    If you do not have the time to spare, we would be grateful for any food, litter, hay/straw, pennies or pounds you could give one of our collectors on the day to help local animals in need.

  • Mon 29 August

    Ashwell Show
    BALDOCK
    XAshwell ShowBALDOCKAshwell Show is an annual event for all the family.Mon 29 August from 10:00 AM to 04:30 PMLocation: Elbrook House Elbrook Lane BALDOCK SG7 5NEMapMapContact: Vicky Burrellinfo@rspcahertseast.org.ukor 07500 967145Find out more
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    Ashwell Show

    Mon 29 August from 10:00 AM to 04:30 PMLocation: Elbrook House Elbrook Lane BALDOCK SG7 5NEMapMapContact: Vicky Burrellinfo@rspcahertseast.org.ukor 07500 967145Ashwell have kindly invited us to join them again so we can run a stall.  Our Tombola was quite successful despite the downpours.

    We hope this year will be more successful and would be grateful for your support on the day either by purchasing our bric-a-brac or having a go at one of our games.

    All proceeds will go towards looking after the animals we care for or local animals in need.

 
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Services we offer:

Adopt an animal

Neutering

Veterinary financial aid

Cannot take dogs. Enquiries for rehoming and lost and found should be directed to the nearest animal centre to the caller.Please note that the shop is unable to deal with any animal matters.

Charity number:

208244

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Hertfordshire East Branch

With effect from 16 May 2016 we have moved from our garden shed in Letchworth Garden City to offices in Baldock.

 

To date we have been unable to obtain enough public funding locally to own an Animal Centre and therefore we use a private cattery for our adult cats and rely heavily on dedicated fosterers to look after the cats, kittens and rabbits that come into our care, of which we are in very short supply.

 

Due to circumstances beyond our control, we had to move offices and are now in even more need of your support.

 

We are a Branch of the RSPCA raising money locally to support our animal welfare work and are, in the main, self funding.  


Our Branch is run by a Committee of locally elected volunteers who are responsible for the management and administration of the Branch's affairs.

 

In November 2012 we were able to open our first shop due to receiving two legacies from longstanding supporters of the Hertfordshire East Branch. 

 

 

It is only with your help and support that we can continue to do the work that we do for local animals in need and we look forward to hearing from you if you are able to support us in any way.

 
 
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