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Leicestershire Wildlife Hospital is a charity dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of sick, injured, orphaned and distressed wild animals and birds throughout Leicestershire and the surrounding region.

The aim of the hospital is to provide first aid followed by recuperation, rehabilitation and eventual release back into the wild. Any animal unable to be released or relocated is maintained at the hospital, in as natural an environment as possible.

The hospital treats all casualties free of charge

This takes a great deal of money, which has to be raised in any number of ways. All of our money goes to help our casualties.

The hospital is called on by local vets for wildlife cases and from members of the public calling with wildlife emergencies.  We receive no funding other than what we can raise ourselves.

To support our work, please make a donation via Just Giving.

 

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Barn Dance & Supper 15 May 2015

Time: 7.30pm – 11.00pm  Where: Countesthorpe Village Hall, Station Road, Countesthorpe, LE8 5TB. With live music by Leicester band, Govannen, great food, a bar, and good company … this is a fun-filled night not to be missed! Veggie and special diets can be catered for – please request when booking your tickets. A raffle will …

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Jamie Swinfield

Support Jamie in the Wiggle Dragon Ride

Jamie Swinfield will be raising funds for Leicestershire Wildlife Hospital when he takes part in the Wiggle Dragon Ride on 7th June this year. Jamie’s aim is to raise £500 for us as he cycles 226km through the Welsh mountains. You can spur him on (and help him raise vital funds for us) by making …

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