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Hull & East Riding Branch

The RSPCA Hull and East Riding Branch is an independently registered charity that supports the work of the RSPCA National Society and its inspectors.

"As an independent charity, our priority is to help local animals rescued by the inspectors, by raising money and support locally to provide them with a safe haven, rehabilitation and a loving home for life"

The branch is responsible for raising funds locally to aid animals in need from within our branch geographical area and beyond.

In order to help promote responsible pet ownership, we provide subsidised neutering through a voucher scheme to assist people on low incomes and offer a microchipping service. This works helps to control the population of unwanted local animals and to reunify missing pets with thier owners.

 

 
 
  • Fri 24 - Sat 25 June

    In the dog house
    HULL
    XIn the dog houseHULLSponsored sleep in the animal centre overnight & get to experience life in an animal centre from the animals perspective!Fri 24 - Sat 25 June Run by: Hull & East Riding BranchLocation: Hull & East Riding Animal Centre Clough Road HULL HU6 7PEMapMapContact: Alison Ripleyalison.rspcahull@yahoo.co.ukor 01482 341331Find out more
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    In the dog house

    Fri 24 - Sat 25 June Location: Hull & East Riding Animal Centre Clough Road HULL HU6 7PEMapMapContact: Alison Ripleyalison.rspcahull@yahoo.co.ukor 01482 341331Why not get your family & friends to sponsor you for our In the dog house challenge. This is also a fab opportunity to nominate your boss & get your revenge by placing them in The Dog House!

    We are looking for 20 participants to raise a minimum of £100 per person to join us in our challenge. If you are interested please contact us for full information.

    Don't forget your sleeping bag as its a very long night!!!!

    Last years event was enjoyed by everyone and this year we are hoping to smash our target of £2,000

    The event is from 8pm - 8am

  • Sun 3 July

    Moggies helping Moggies
    YORK
    XMoggies helping MoggiesYORKClassic vehicle event comprising Morris Minors (Moggies to there owners)and other classic vehicles raising funds for Moggies at the RSPCA.Sun 3 July from 10:00 AM to 03:30 PMRun by: Hull & East Riding BranchLocation: Langlands Nurseries York Road YORK YO43 3PNMapMapContact: Alison Ripleymanager@rspcahull.org.ukor 01482 341331Find out more
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    Moggies helping Moggies

    Sun 3 July from 10:00 AM to 03:30 PMLocation: Langlands Nurseries York Road YORK YO43 3PNMapMapContact: Alison Ripleymanager@rspcahull.org.ukor 01482 341331Please join us at 10.00 at the RSPCA, Clough Road, Hull, HU6 7PE for a scencic drive to Langlands Garden Centre followed by a static vehicle display for the public to enjoy. If you prefer to join us at Langlands please drive there directly for 12.00. £5.00 per classic vehicle entry fee, which includes a goodie bag to take home and enjoy.

    We would prefer all vehicles to be pre booked to enable us to monitor numbers. Please contact us for an application form.

    All friends of Morris Minors are welcome including all makes of classic cars, custom cars or classic motorbikes

    Free public entry at Langlands Garden Centre to view the vehicles from 12.00

 
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Services we offer:

Adopt an animal

Lost and found

Microchipping

Pet merchandise

Pet welfare advice

Wildlife welfare advice

We prioritise animals we have rescued from cruelty & neglect, which may mean we cannot take in unwanted pets.

Charity number:

232225

Contact us for more details

Hull & East Riding Branch

The RSPCA Hull and East Riding Branch is an independently registered charity that supports the work of the RSPCA National Society and its inspectors.

"As an independent charity, our priority is to help local animals rescued by the inspectors, by raising money and support locally to provide them with a safe haven, rehabilitation and a loving home for life"

The branch is responsible for raising funds locally to aid animals in need from within our branch geographical area and beyond.

In order to help promote responsible pet ownership, we provide subsidised neutering through a voucher scheme to assist people on low incomes and offer a microchipping service. This works helps to control the population of unwanted local animals and to reunify missing pets with thier owners.

 

 
 
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