Learning and Events

Our learning programme for schools, Wildlife Academy school holiday activities, adult courses and special events aim to engage and inspire a love for British wildlife

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Found an Injured Animal?

Please call our advice line on 01278 783250 if you have any concerns regarding injured wildlife. Please see our helpful guide on how to help injured wildlife and what you should do.

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How You Can Help

Donate now to rescue sick and injured wildlife and give them a chance to return to the wild. From fundraising and volunteering to donating gifts in kind and adopting an animal, you can get involved to make a difference and help British wildlife.

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Rescue, Rehabilitate, Release

Please call our advice line on 01278 783250 if you have any concerns regarding injured wildlife

Preventing British wildlife suffering needlessly and inspiring an understanding and love of wildlife and the countryside.


** Wedding Fayre Cancelled **

PLEASE NOTE THE WEDDING FAYRE ON MAY 13TH HAS BEEN CANCELLED We look forward to seeing you at Secret World at out next event. Visit our Venue Hire page to download our wedding brochure    

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Upcoming Events

Our on-site events and courses allow you to get an insight into the work we do here at Secret World

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Spring Photo Competition

8:00 pm – 8:00 pm April 20 – May 31

Secret World Wildlife Rescue

*DEADLINE EXTENDED TO THURSDAY 31ST MAY* One of the best ways to get closer to nature is through photography.  Send us your wildlife photographs for a chance to win one of our great prizes.  Your photos will be judged by none other than Secret World’s patron, Chris Packham –  English naturalist, nature photographer, television presenter and … Continued

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Home Educators Session: Minibeasts

10:00 am – 12:00 pm May 25

Secret World Wildlife Rescue

10-12noon 2 hour session £6 per child, £4 for siblings   A great opportunity for families who home educate to learn about British wildlife and the environment, to meet new friends and have fun!   Each 2 hour session will give children and their parents the chance to find out more about our native wildlife, … Continued

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Secret World News

Latest News from Secret World Wildlife Rescue

Government moves to extend cull could prove lethal for two celebrity badgers

Fears are growing for two hand-reared badgers who appeared on a popular BBC TV show on Saturday 17th March, following moves to extend the badger cull on to land near their release site.

Gnat and Bumblebee appeared on Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s BBC2 show Hugh’s Wild West . They were filmed last year while being cared for by staff and volunteers at the Secret World Wildlife Rescue centre in East Huntspill, which rescues, rehabilitates and releases British wildlife that has been abandoned and injured. Following the responsible protocol for the rehabilitation of badgers, the cubs were tested 3 times, a month apart, for Bovine TB and were negative.

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Hugh’s Wild West and Secret World’s badger cubs

Secret World’s badger cubs get starring role on BBC 2

Meet Bumblebee and Gnat, two badger cubs we looked after last year. Gnat came to Secret World last May, weighing just over 500g, a quarter of the size he should have been. Although small for his age, he soon became friends with another badger cub Bumblebee and they had many hours of rough and tumble fun together, Gnat holding his own against his larger friend! Both were joined by another two cubs and successfully released as a family unit last last summer.
See them on Hugh’s Wild West (aired at 6pm Saturday on BBC2) with River Cottage’s Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. 

Venue Hire

Nestled in the rural grounds of Secret World Wildlife Rescue, the picturesque Bluebell Barn offers a unique location for a variety of events. Whether you are looking for a meeting or training venue or an idyllic setting for your wedding or family celebration, the Bluebell Barn could offer you the ideal package.

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