Shepreth Wildlife Conservation Charity throws fundraiser for hedgehog hospital

PUBLISHED: 08:30 05 September 2016

Triage assistant Jenny Sutton, and department manager  Ellis Wall with two of the patients at the Shepreth Wildlife Conservation Charity's Hedgehog Hospital. Picture: Clive Porter

Triage assistant Jenny Sutton, and department manager Ellis Wall with two of the patients at the Shepreth Wildlife Conservation Charity's Hedgehog Hospital. Picture: Clive Porter

Clive Porter

On Monday last week, staff at the SWCC Hedgehog Hospital in Shepreth Wildlife Park celebrated Hedgehog Day, where families could get up close with some spiky new friends.

The day included a hedgehog talk, bouncy castle, and tombola with money raised going to the hospital, run by the Shepreth Wildlife Conservation Charity.

Department manager Ellis Wall said: “Our work would not be possible without the amazing volunteers who give up their time to help us.”


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