2019 Christmas Fair

The RSPCA Durham & District Branch will held their 2019 Christmas Fair at St Johns Church Hall, Meadowfield on Saturday 30 November 2019. The fair raised £1065 to help with our animals and those in our area. The raffle was drawn and the results were: see attached file

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Help given

Born in house mid afternoon yesterday May Day  Council are removing tenants today for emergency work on home, owner ill and not able to keep cat. Barbara collected  will keep until all are vaccinated and vetted. These kittens will not be available for several weeks. That’s all kitten fosterers full now and Catherine the cat…

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Framwellgate Moor Shop

The Framwellgate Moor shop at 7 Beech Road will close for a few days commencing 25 February 2019 to allow for the heating, lighting and electrics to be updated. We will be unable to accept donations during this work and ask for your patience. The date of reopening will be provided when the contractors complete…

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Christmas Fair 2018

The RSPCA Durham & District Branch held its annual Christmas Fair on Saturday 24 November 2018  at the Willington Methodist Church Hall.  The total raised was £719.05.  A big thank you to those who purchased raffle tickets, attended and especially those volunteers who helped to make this such a success at very short notice.

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Chance

I have a “second chance”.  I have been adopted after 13 months and given a lovely home after such a long time in RSPCA care. The RSPCA volunteers (and staff at the kennels) are so delighted that I have been given a new home, including my new doggy friend Milly and are grateful to my…

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Volunteers wanted at both our shops

If you would like to volunteer at either of our shops (High Street, Langley Moor or Beech Road, Framwellgate Moor) please contact the manager of your local shop to discuss what help you can provide. Speak to Carol on 0191 378 2645 for the Langley Moor shop or Janet on 0191 384 4409 for the…

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Wildlife

Wildlife We class ‘wild animals’ as those that are not normally domesticated. The list is enormous, ranging from badgers to nesting birds, pet snakes and zoo elephants! Our concern for wild animals is based on how they are treated and whether humans cause unnecessary suffering – rather than how many of a species there are….

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