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8 year old Jack is inspired to be silent for animals at the GSPCA after his visit with Cubs - see here to sponsor him
Submitted by Steve on 13:26, 20th Feb, 2017 | 0
Last week the GSPCA celebrated 144 years helping animals in Guernsey with GSPCA Purple Week.
Many got involved and we are hugely thank you to all that supported and especially to a very special young man called Jack.
Jack Le Sauvage is 8 years old and goes to St Martins Primary School and is in Year 4 in Miss Dyke’s class.
Jack completed a 24-hour sponsored silence on Friday 17 February, during the GSPCA’s Purple Week – including a full day at school.
Submitted by Steve on 00:32, 15th Nov, 2016 | 0
On Sunday 6th November the GSPCA grounds was filled with Beavers and volunteers helping prepare for the Spring.
The 4th Guernsey Beavers joined volunteers from the RSPB and St Andrews Floral Group to help plant hundreds of bulbs at the Animal Shelter in St Andrews.
The 6 Beavers with a number of parents and volunteers planted the many daffodil and crocus bulbs which will help brighten the grounds when Spring arrives.
Submitted by Steve on 13:17, 30th Apr, 2015 | 0
Last night 23 young boys and girls from the 4th Guernsey Beavers visited the GSPCA to see behind the scenes at the Animal Shelter in St Andrews.
On a sunny evening they arrived for a 6pm tour with GSPCA Manager Steve Byrne who took a group photo of the troop before showing them around the site where they got to see baby birds being fed, hedgehogs, bunnies, our resident tortoise, a puppy and much more.
They learnt how we care for the animals at the GSPCA and the work that is carried out 24 hours 7 days a week.