The GSPCA ask please Think Fairtrade and Free Range this Pancake Day

Submitted by Steve on 21:59, 27th Feb, 2017 | 0

Tomorrow is Shrove Tuesday also know to many as Pancake Day and many of us will shopping for our ingredients.  The GSPCA would like to remind everyone to think of the produce that you are going to use and please look to buy Animal Welfare friendly products such as free range eggs.

Although the EU legislation has forced many battery farms to improve their standards, chickens that live as free range birds have a much better quality of life.

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The GSPCA ask please Think Fairtrade and Free Range this Pancake Day

Submitted by Steve on 08:51, 9th Feb, 2016 | 0

This Shrove Tuesday many of us will shopping for our ingredients today.  The GSPCA would like to remind everyone to think of the produce that you are going to use and please look to buy Animal Welfare friendly products such as free range eggs.

Although the EU legislation has forced many battery farms to improve their standards, chickens that live as free range birds have a much better quality of life.

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BBQ Fun Open Day at Grow Limited Saturday 21st june 10am - 3pm for Grow & the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 10:00, 10th Jun, 2014 | 0

On Saturday 21st June the GSPCA & Grow Limited have teamed up to put on a fund raiser at the Grow Limited site on Les Petit Quartiers, Coutanchez, St Sampsons.

Starting at 10am and running until 3pm there will be lots to see and do.

From animals looking for homes to a huge plant sale, bric-a-brac to a BBQ with RSPCA Freedom Food from Perelle Butchers, cake sale to tombola, pop along and join in the fun.

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This Sunday is the GSPCA Summer Fayre & Fun Dog Show & this year we have RSPCA Freedom Food at our BBQ stand

Submitted by Steve on 08:20, 30th May, 2014 | 0

With only two days to go to the GSPCA Summer Fayre and Fun Dog Show we are pleased to announce that our BBQ Share

GSPCA Welfare Officer experiences animal cruelty and care with the RSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 09:17, 12th Mar, 2014 | 0

The GSPCA Welfare and Education Officer Sarah Creasey who joined the team at the end of 2013 has just got back from spending two weeks training with the RSPCA in South and West Wales.

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Dingley Dell+RSPCA Freedom Food+The Pavilion+Top Chefs+5 courses=5 things making a fantastic night fund raising for the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 13:35, 7th Mar, 2014 | 0

Last night The Pavilion hosted the Dingley Dell Flying Visits 14th event and first of its kind in Guernsey.   The Dingley Dell Flying Visits are a series of events celebrating the journey of the pig from farm to plate.

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The GSPCA ask please Think Fairtrade and Free Range this Pancake Day

Submitted by GSPCA on 09:48, 2nd Mar, 2014 | 0

This week is Shrove Tuesday and many of us will shopping for our ingredients today.  The GSPCA would like to remind everyone to think of the produce that you are going to use and please look to buy Animal Welfare friendly products such as free range eggs.

Although the EU legislation has forced many battery farms to improve their standards, chickens that live as free range birds have a much better quality of life.

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Freedom Food Fund Raiser at the Pavilion - Dingle Dells Flying Visit

Submitted by GSPCA on 13:47, 17th Feb, 2014 | 0

Dingley Dell flying visits are a series of events celebrating the journey of the pig from farm to plate.

Dingley Dell is approved under the RSPCA Freedom Food scheme.

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The GSPCA is taking part in the Oil Spill Preparedness Plans tested for wildlife this week

Submitted by GSPCA on 12:05, 10th Sep, 2013 | 0

 Oil spill training for wildlife organisations and those involved in helping to alleviate the effects on wildlife of a major oil pollution incident will take place  at  the   Guernsey Society Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (GSPCA) as part of the States of Guernsey preparedness measures on Wednesday 11th  September 2013.

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Channel Island NGOs call on Island Governments to help prevent further mass seabird deaths

Submitted by GSPCA on 12:33, 24th Apr, 2013 | 0

In an unprecedented joint letter Channel Island Wildlife and Welfare organisations are calling on politicians representing the environment in the 3 main islands to lobby the UK parliament to help prevent future catastrophic discharges of the chemical polyisobutene (PIB). 

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