Our Creatures of the Night Safari on Wimbledon Common in aid of Animals Asia is fast approaching and we still have a couple of places left. This is a fabulous guided walk by Rachel Holmes, an ecologist and volunteer for Animals Asia, who will give us a fascinating insight into the lives of bats on Wimbledon Common and other nocturnal wildlife.
We are meeting at the Windmill car park at 8.30pm on Saturday 31st August where we’re hoping that one of the rangers will be able to give a brief talk about the common before we set off on our mini safari. We had very positive feedback last year and we’re sure this walk will be just as exciting and informative.
The registration fee is £10 and we are suggesting a minimum sponsorship/donation of £20. Your registration fee covers this event’s costs, while your sponsorship money or donation directly helps the animals you care about.
You can either book and pay online here or complete the form below if you would prefer to pay by cheque. We can then send you the address to post the cheque to. Please note that the online booking is subject to a small booking fee.
John and Babs waiting for the walkers to return
Come and join the party at Naz and Chris Dabbs’s house in Barnes for a fun night out that will also help the bears, dogs and cats in Asia.
The price of the ticket includes a yummy vegetarian Thai curry, a cocktail and unlimited soft drinks. Animals Asia merchandise will be available as well and we have some lovely raffle prizes too.
This is a fantastic opportunity to introduce friends and family to Animals Asia in a relaxed atmosphere and of course to meet new like minded friends as well.
Date: Saturday, 3 August 2013
Time: from 6.00pm
Place: Olive Cottage, Barnes, London, SW13 (full address supplied with ticket)
Tickets: £17 (plus £1.08 fee for online bookings)
To book online please click here or if you prefer to pay by cheque, please contact us using the form below
We hope to see many “old” friends there and meet many new ones too
We have our first stall of 2013 this Saturday at the Ealing Animal Welfare Bazaar which is now in its 35th year. This is a very well organised and very well attended bazaar with many local, national and international organisations taking part. The organiser also invites the local Mayor as well as MPs and MEPs, so as well as raising those all important funds this is also a good opportunity to ask questions.
We had a fantastically successful day there last year and are hoping for a repeat performance. If you’re in the area please come and see us – entry is free. As there is no charge to stall holders either all monies raised will go directly to Animals Asia.