August Newsletter

NEW VOLUNTEER INDUCTION 

The next London Wildlife Protection new volunteer induction will be held at Ferry Boat, Ferry Ln, London N17 9NG on Sunday 13th August 2017 at 4pm. All new and potential volunteers are welcome. We will provide the induction training to all volunteers to ensure that they understand their role, the organisation, related policies and laws. New volunteers will be supplied with an Induction Pack and LWP ID cards. basic first aid and bird handling training will be provided for
all new volunteers on the day.
 

GO ISLINGTON 

Despite of the heavy rain on the day, we had a great time at "GO Islington" Festival at Highbury Fields on 22nd July. We met amazing people and made lots of friends. Michael Priaulx from Islington Swift Group a part of Swift Conservation Society, was of the wonderful people we met at the festival. He tirelessly raises awareness about the declining population of London swifts and educates people on how to expand their habitat by providing homes for these city dwelling birds. David Bamford, Assistant Parks Manager, who kindly invited us and provided a space for us to have a stall, was very helpful and we are hoping to continue our friendship in the following years. 
 

OUR WORK. LATEST RESCUES

Here we post pictures and links to our latest rescues, that you can follow up their update. Thank you for caring.
 
UPCOMING EVENTS
The next Waltham Forest Animal Protection meeting will be on 7th November 2017 with guest speakers from Waltham Forest Cats Protection. More here
Hackney Downs Vegan MarketSaturday,19th August 2017. Monthly vegan market showcasing the best vegan street food in the capital and sometimes from further afield. Curated by Fat Gay Vegan in conjunction with EAT WORK ART. Market runs between 11am and 5pm. Hackney Downs Studios Amhurst Terrace, E8 2BT London, United Kingdom.
 

VEGAN RECIPE OF THE MONTH 

Vegan Mushroom Bean Burger Recipe here

 

OUR FRIENDS

Kelly's Rescues

Kelly's Rescues is a small scale licenced wildlife rescue, but also has a considerable knowledge in domestics. It provides injured and unwanted animals with health care to improve and thrive. Keep Reading

Mama Cat Trust

Mama Cat Trust is based in the UK but as well as rescuing animals daily here, also carries out some of its work with feral and street cats in the Cambrils area of Spain. Keep Reading

We invite veterinary practices and people with experience in animal care to join our friends list

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