People are being asked to take on the hottest walk of their lives in aid of a wildlife.
The New Year is often the time for resolutions and if you are looking to challenge yourself then look no further.
Secret World Wildlife Rescue, based in Highbridge, is running a sponsored fire walk in February. They are looking for brave souls to put their best foot forward and walk over red-hot wood embers of up to 800 degrees.
A young swan had a lucky escape after being hit by a train in Somerset.
Thomas was given a second chance for the New Year when he was rescued from the railway line between Taunton and Bridgwater. He was brought in to Secret World Wildlife Rescue in East Huntspill and is recovering well.
Secret World Wildlife Rescue will be putting a life-size replica of Batman (Arkham Knight) up for auction to raise funds for its bat rescue work.
When staff at the LOUD shop in Leicester heard that Secret World had recently rescued a very rare grey long-eared bat, they offered to donate a life-size replica of the famous comic figure to help the charity raise money for its work. (more…)
Secret World Wildlife Rescue will be holding a series of festive events and activities this December to help young and old get into a jolly mood for the holiday season.
With a Santa’s grotto, craft workshops and carol singing, the wildlife rescue charity will be catering to everyone young and old. And the money raised will also ensure the animals in Secret World’s care will get the best Christmas possible.
Secret World Wildlife Rescue held its annual charity ball at the Webbington Hotel earlier this month and raised over £8,000.
This year’s ball was themed as The Ugly Bug Ball and celebrated the charity’s 25 years of wildlife rescue and rehabilitation work.
Mike Dilger, best known for his wildlife reporting for The One Show, compered the evening and ensured that the 250 guests, all dressed up for the occasion, had a ball.
Secret World Wildlife Rescue has planned a series of events to entertain animal-loving children and their parents this October half-term.
We will be opening our doors for three days during the school holidays and providing lots of fun for children who want to explore autumnal wonders, become wildlife rescue rangers or get up close and personal with wild and deadly creatures.
Nature-loving children from Bristol have been foraging seeds and nuts for the animals Secret World Wildlife Rescue in Somerset.
Secret World rescues, rehabilitates and releases over 5,000 animals each year and relies on donations from the public to feed the animals in their care. They recently asked for foraged foods on social media as certain animals, namely squirrels and dormice, are dependent on them for nourishment.
Greenbank Forest School Childminding was founded in 2014 by Mike Williams and Charissa de Zeeuw. The couple operates a childminding practice with a forest school ethos which means they take the children in their care, toddlers and pre-schoolers, out in the great outdoors on most days and the animals at Secret World have benefits from their foraging.
An animal carer from Secret World Wildlife Rescue in East Huntspill, Somerset, is currently hand-rearing three orphaned rabbits which were found on a construction site in Yeovil.
While working on a National Grid Valve project in Yeovil, a JN Bentley crew found some baby rabbits close to where they were carrying out excavation works. Labour was stopped immediately and the team got in touch with Secret World Wildlife Rescue for advice.