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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 11:56, 8th Feb, 2017 | 0
Last week the 3rd Guernsey Scout Cubs from St Martins came to visit the GSPCA.
On Tuesday 31st January just after 6pm a group of 17 Cubs arrived at the GSPCA to be shown around the Animal Shelter by GSPCA Manager Steve Byrne.
To start the tour the group got an introduction of the work of the GSPCA and met a beagle called Molly who was very happy to see them all despite the dark evening.
Submitted by GSPCA on 08:37, 20th Nov, 2013 | 0
Last night the 2nd Cub Scouts with 4 leaders visited the GSPCA Animal Shelter in St Andrews.
Despite being a wet, windy, dark evening the group of 30 enjoyed a tour of the premises learning about the work of the GSPCA and caring for animals.
The GSPCA are always working to educate all age groups about our work and caring for animals.
Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager who took the tour around the Shelter said 'The 2nd Cub Scout group from Capelles were a fantastic group who were very well behaved and full of questions and stories about animals.'