The League Against Cruel Sports: Wildlife Day In Freshwater

This Saturday over in Freshwater, The League Against Cruel Sports will be putting on a day of wildlife education, looking at newts, badgers, bats, ferrets and many other animals.
It’s all happening over at Freshwater Memorial Hall and the programme starts at 11am (doors open …

This Saturday over in Freshwater, The League Against Cruel Sports will be putting on a day of wildlife education, looking at newts, badgers, bats, ferrets and many other animals.

The League Against Cruel Sports: Wildlife Day In FreshwaterIt’s all happening over at Freshwater Memorial Hall and the programme starts at 11am (doors open at 10.30).

There’ll be an update on the League’s snaring campaign, the Bat Man will be talking about work going on at the Bat Hospital and bats in general around the Island. Learn about the newt conservation project and hear a talk from the RSPCA’s local inspector.


Badgers, ferrets and more bats are the focus of the afternoon along with a roundup of local issues and details of the Hunt crimewatch monitors.

Refreshments will be provided through the day and you learn more through the displays and there will also be charity merchandise for you to buy, as well as a tombola, lucky dip and raffle.

Friday, 26th October, 2007 3:25pm

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Chris

What an excellent idea for a terrific day, well done to all involved in this and the very best for it.