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Southridge Animal Centre

We are an animal rehoming, fostering, rescue and adoption centre in Hertfordshire. 

Our facilities enable us to take in many different species of animal rescued by the RSPCA. At any one time we could be caring for over 250 animals, so you can imagine the amount of time, effort and expense involved.  

In 2014 we rehomed 266 dogs, 468 cats, 70 rabbits, 4 equines and 321 other animals. That's an amazing 1129 animals rehomed in one year - or over three per day

Our café is open at weekends, offering refreshments for our human visitors. The profits from the café all go back into funding the care of our animals.

We hold a variety of events throughout the year to fundraise, including our annual fun day and dog show, a one-day outdoor music festival and a Christmas Ball, among others.

We're always looking for more volunteers to join us and keep our very busy centre and activities running, but there are also many other ways people can support us apart from volunteering.

 

 
 

Our events

  • Sat 16 May

    RSPCA stall @ St Albans Market
    ST. ALBANS
    XRSPCA stall @ St Albans MarketST. ALBANSWe'll be having a stall and street collection at St Albans Market on this date and hope to meet plenty of Southridge supporters. Details still to be confirmed so the times are only approximate at this stage. We'll confirm the details as soon as we're certain.Sat 16 May from 09:00 AM to 01:00 PMRun by: Southridge Animal CentreLocation: Market Place St Peter's Street ST. ALBANS AL3 5DJMapMapFind out more
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    RSPCA stall @ St Albans Market

    Sat 16 May from 09:00 AM to 01:00 PMLocation: Market Place St Peter's Street ST. ALBANS AL3 5DJMapMapWe'll be having a stall and street collection at St Albans Market on this date and hope to meet plenty of Southridge supporters. Details still to be confirmed so the times are only approximate at this stage. We'll confirm the details as soon as we're certain.

  • Sun 12 July

    Southridge Fun Day
    POTTERS BAR
    XSouthridge Fun DayPOTTERS BAROur annual Fun Day is still being organised but we wanted to let you know the date so you can put it in your diaries. We'll give you more details as soon as we've finished planning the event. (The opening/closing times currently displayed are approximate)Sun 12 July from 11:00 AM to 04:00 PMRun by: Southridge Animal CentreLocation: Packhorse Lane Ridge POTTERS BAR EN6 3LZMapMapFind out more
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    Southridge Fun Day

    Sun 12 July from 11:00 AM to 04:00 PMLocation: Packhorse Lane Ridge POTTERS BAR EN6 3LZMapMapOur annual Fun Day is still being organised but we wanted to let you know the date so you can put it in your diaries. We'll give you more details as soon as we've finished planning the event. (The opening/closing times currently displayed are approximate)

 

Contact details:

0300 123 0704

Social:

Address:

Packhorse Lane Ridge

POTTERS BAR

EN6 3LZ

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Opening hours:

11am - 4.15pm Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri and Sat. Closed Wed. Sun open 1 pm - 4.15 pm. - we prioritise animals in need.

Services offered:

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Southridge Animal Centre

We are an animal rehoming, fostering, rescue and adoption centre in Hertfordshire. 

Our facilities enable us to take in many different species of animal rescued by the RSPCA. At any one time we could be caring for over 250 animals, so you can imagine the amount of time, effort and expense involved.  

In 2014 we rehomed 266 dogs, 468 cats, 70 rabbits, 4 equines and 321 other animals. That's an amazing 1129 animals rehomed in one year - or over three per day

Our café is open at weekends, offering refreshments for our human visitors. The profits from the café all go back into funding the care of our animals.

We hold a variety of events throughout the year to fundraise, including our annual fun day and dog show, a one-day outdoor music festival and a Christmas Ball, among others.

We're always looking for more volunteers to join us and keep our very busy centre and activities running, but there are also many other ways people can support us apart from volunteering.

 

 
 
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