Barn Dance & Supper, 3rd October 2014

Barn Dance Poster 3 October 2014With live music by Leicester band, Govannen, great food, a bar, and good company … this is a night not to be missed!

Where: Countesthorpe Village Hall, LE8 5TB

Time: 7.30pm – 11.00pm

Cost: £10 per person, payable in advance.

Veggie and special diets can be catered for – please request when booking your tickets.

You can get your tickets by contacting Ann on 0116 288 1395 or email: aliceann.kemp44@yahoo.co.uk

A raffle will be held during the interval.

All proceeds from the night go to Leicestershire Wildlife Hospital.

We look forward to seeing you there…

 

Tribute Night, 17th October 2014

Tribute acts will be performing to raise money for Leicestershire Wildlife Hospital.  Confirmed to appear are Elvis impersonator James Aaron King and Scott Dee as Engelbert Humperdinck.  Further acts will be advised …

Where: The Elms Social and Services Club, Bushloe End, Wigston LE18 2BA.

Time: 7pm

Cost: £8 per person

Tickets, payable in advance, are available from Ann Kemp on 0116 288 1395 or e-email: aliceann.kemp44@yahcoo.co.uk

 

Quiz Night, 25th October 2014

Quiz NightIt’s time for all that knowledge that you’ve gained over the years to be put to good use at this Charity Quiz Night …

Where: Oadby Tennis Club, Leicester Road, Oadby, Leicester.  LE2 4AB

Time: 7:00 pm for 7:30 pm

Cost: £4 per person

Teams of 4-6

Nibbles will be provided and a bar is available.

To book, contact Emily or Sally 0116 2713618 or email: ekbetts@hotmail.co.uk

Proceeds from the evening will be donated to Leicestershire Wildlife Hospital.

 

 

Aug 30

An unusual visitor – a Kingsnake

Kingsnake for websiteNot one of our usual visitors … this Kingsnake was a rescue from a vets after it had been found in Wigston and captured by the Police. It had no injuries and once put in a vivarium with the required conditions, it warmed up and fed without hesitation. These snakes are native to North America and are regularly domesticated in ranches as they feed on pests like rodents and species that may pose a threat, such as rattlesnakes. They are popular in the pet trade as they are very docile animals, non-venomous and easy to keep. We have transferred our visitor to an exotic pet specialist and think it may now be reunited with its owner.

Read the article in the Leicester Mercury>

 

Aug 07

Hedgehogs going hungry

It’s an incredibly busy time for us at the hospital.  This long, hot, dry summer has resulted in us becoming inundated with starving hedgehogs and young birds who have struggled to find food – such as earthworms, beetles, slugs and snails - due to the lack of rain.
Read the article published in the Leicester Mercury>

 

Donate a can of dog food and help feed our hungry hedgehogs…
Our hedgehogs get through an enormous amount of dog food every week.  If you would like to help us with a donation of dog food, we’d greatly appreciate it.  Visit our ‘Items needed’ page to see how you can help.

 

 

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