Thrive2020 - From Surviving to Thriving - 13th October at Les Cotils - Are you Going?
Posted by Steve on 4th Oct, 2017 |
Here is a message from Thrive 2020 which the GSPCA have been kindly invited along to so we hope to see you there -' The Dandelion Foundation is proud to announce that the third instalment of Thrive 2020 – From Surviving to Thriving - will take place on Friday 13 October at Les Cotils. Following on...
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From 1st October Dog & Horse Restrictions Lifted on Beaches in Guernsey for the next 6 months
Posted by Steve on 30th Sep, 2017 |
We are very lucky that most of Guernsey's beaches are dog friendly during the summer months.  However from tomorrow the beaches where dogs are banned between 1st May and 30th September have the restrictions lifted and these are – Fermain Petit Bot L'Erée Vazon (Northern end) Cobo Port SoifL'...
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Last night the 4th & 5th Guernsey Vale Brownies came to visit the GSPCA
Posted by Steve on 22nd Sep, 2017 |
Last night just after 6pm a group of Brownies called the 4th & 5th Guernsey Vale Brownies arrived at the GSPCA to be shown around the Animal Shelter by GSPCA Volunteer Suzy Rose. The Brownies were taken around the site and not only got to see many of the 550+ animals at the GSPCA, they were...
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Buzzard rescued in Herm
Posted by Steve on 22nd Sep, 2017 |
Earlier this month an injured and poorly buzzard was recued in Herm. The bird of prey is more likely to be seen in Guernsey with regular sighting in the air at the GSPCA in St Andrews and around the larger island. The buzzard who was unable to fly and extremely thin has been named Arnold and is...
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Appeal for granite to help with the GSPCA Memorial Garden & Grounds
Posted by Steve on 22nd Sep, 2017 |
Can you help us at the GSPCA with our Memorial Garden? We are currently appealing for granite to help with the landscaping in our Memorial Garden and around site. The GSPCA with the help of St Andrews Floral Group, Work to Benefit team and many others have been improving the grounds for visitors...
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