Category Archives: Animals Asia

Murder Mystery

We’re really looking forward to our first Murder Mystery Night and hope that lots of you will be able to join us!

Marcus West is donating his very valuable and fabulous talent to help us raise those all important funds and give everyone a brilliant night into the bargain with Scarlet Pimple.

It’s only £7.00 per person.  You can pre-book by donating via our JustGiving page  or pay on the day, but please make sure you get there no later than 7.30pm as the event has to start on time and we cannot admit any late comers as it would spoil everyone’s experience.

Huge thanks to both Marcus for doing this free of charge for us and to The Winning Post for hosting the event!

All proceeds to go Animals Asia

Date: Tuesday, 4th April 2017

Time: 7.30pm

Venue: The Winning Post, 265 High St, Sutton, London, SM1 1LD


Tunes for Moons


The amazing Rock Choir will be singing their hearts out at Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre this coming Sunday, 11th December, to raise funds for Animals Asia.

Multiple performances will take place between 1pm until 2.30pm. So come and rock out with Moonie the Bear, sing along and have some fun. There is also a Christmas Market to enjoy afterwards.

You can combine your Christmas shopping with some fun and give a little Christmas cheer to the bears as well.  Every little helps and the newest rescues in particular will appreciate it ever so much.  Their first Christmas free from pain and with new lives and new friends to look forward to.

Hope to see you there!

Animal Aid Christmas Fayre

We have a stall at Animal Aid’s Christmas Fayre this coming Sunday, 4th December.  Many of you will have been before and know what a fabulous event it is.  It’s the perfect event for anyone looking for cruelty free Christmas presents.  The choice is huge and many of the stalls will be charities.  We have some lovely new goodies for you too of course.

Details are on the flyer below, so please do come along and don’t forget to stop at the Animals Asia stall to say “hi”