'Glitz, Glamour & Poop' please pop to the Torteval Scarecrow Festival this weekend to see the GSPCA entry

Submitted by Steve on 11:45, 4th Aug, 2017 | 0

This weekend why not pop to Torteval and support their annual Parish event which draws thousands every year.

With over 60 entries in the Torteval Scarecrow Festival there will be plenty to see and also do at this fantastic annual event.

For the third year, thanks to a GSPCA Torteval volunteer Mr McIntyre the Animal Shelter will be entering our entry 'Glitz, Glamour and Poop'.

A GSPCA team went down earlier today to set up our entry 'Jessie Beagle You've Been Caged' and watch out as you're on camera.

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Thank you Torteval Scarecrow Festival and Mr & Mrs MacIntyre for allowing the GSPCA to enter the wonderful annual event

Submitted by Steve on 08:51, 3rd Aug, 2016 | 0

Last weekend the GSPCA joined in with the fantastic annual Torteval Scarecrow Festival.

This is the second year we have been allowed to join this wonderful family Guernsey event which is held in high esteem by so many.

Last year the GSPCA focused their scarecrow display on Jessie the beagle who had been stray for over two months and was caught only weeks before the event.

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Pop to the Torteval Scarecrow Festival this weekend and see 'Jessie Beagle You've been Caged'

Submitted by Steve on 14:22, 1st Aug, 2015 | 0

This weekend why not pop to Torteval and support their annual Parish event which draws thousands every year.

With nearly 50 entries the event has been a buzz all morning with hundreds already enjoying the excellent event.

This year thanks to a GSPCA Torteval volunteer and Mr McIntyre the Animal Shelter has entered its first ever entry.

A GSPCA team went down earlier today to set up our entry 'Jessie Beagle You've Been Caged' and watch out as you're on camera.

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Torteval Pre School meet Cassie

Submitted by Steve on 10:50, 4th Mar, 2015 | 0

On Monday GSPCA Animal Welfare and Eduction Officer Sarah Creasey popped along with GSPCA dog Cassie to Torteval Pre School.

Cassie is an American Cocker Spaniel that was adopted by one of the team at the GSPCA and with her lovely temperament she often goes out on school and group talks.

The Torteval Pre School children were able to groom Cassie and Sarah talked to the group about the needs and how to care for a dog.

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Guernsey Police Investigation Update - Sheep killed - Torteval Area

Submitted by GSPCA on 18:03, 13th Dec, 2013 | 0

Guernsey Police can confirm that following an investigation involving the killing of a sheep overnight on the 10th December 2013 an 18 year old local male has been charged with offences under The Protection of Animals Ordinance and with a further offence of criminal damage. 

He has been released on conditional bail and is due to appear in Guernsey Magistrates Court on the 23rd December 2013. 

The other two people arrested have been bailed pending a decision from the Children’s Convener.

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Police Witness Appeal - Dog Attacked with a hammer and Van vandalised

Submitted by GSPCA on 13:59, 13th Dec, 2013 | 0

The GSPCA are asking if anyone has any information to please call the police about a recent violent attack on a dog.

The dog whose eye will be lost after being smashed in the muzzle with a hammer as part of a sickening homophobic attack against a local children’s entertainer.

When Jenny Harding went out to feed six-year-old Alice yesterday morning she found her pet’s eye was bulging and bloody with a flat-headed hammer lying nearby.  Jenny's van had also been graffitied on the back all of which occurred in the Torteval area.

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Police Investigation Update - Sheep killed - Torteval Area

Submitted by GSPCA on 08:49, 13th Dec, 2013 | 0

Guernsey Police can confirm that three males have been arrested overnight, following the killing of a sheep in the Torteval area earlier this week. 

Currently none of the arrested persons have been charged with any offences, but they remain in police custody at this time with ongoing investigations in to the incident.

If anyone has any information in relation to this matter they are urged to make contact with Police Headquarters on 725111 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800555111.

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