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
Make your steps count for the suffering animals in Asia.
Sunday 19 May, registration 10.30am 2.5 miles or 5 miles
Members of the London Animals Asia Support Group will be helping out at this event organised by the Animals Asia UK office. It would be wonderful to see many of you there walking for the animals. You will help raise some of those vital funds and will raise awareness by walking on the busy heath.
The walk is led by Simon Lee, the Superintendent of Hampstead Heath, who will guide us by some of the Heath’s most beautiful places including The Pergola, Heath House and Pitt’s Garden.
Every step you take and pound you raise helps us move a step closer to ending the horrific bear bile industry as well as changing hearts and minds towards cats and dogs in Asia, who are tortured and brutally slaughtered for the food and fur industries.
Registration £10 (free for children under 16) with an additional suggested minimum donation or sponsorship of £20. To register call 01579 347148 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet at the Animals Asia gazebo near the Golders Hill Park disabled car park
How to get there:
Buses 210, 268 (stop on North End Road)
Golders Green Tube Station (Northern line)
Please note there is no on site car parking but plenty of parking in the surrounding area and dogs must be kept on leads within Golders Hill Park.
Please also see the Animals Asia website where you can find a list of other events as well.
Eddie and Moonie at the Hampstead Heath Walk for Freedom 2012
As the future of Animals Asia’s Vietnam sanctuary is still up in the air, founder and CEO Jill Robinson asks us to share this short and moving video far and wide to help stop the eviction of 104 bears and 77 staff.
Jill’s message to everyone:
“Filmed by very generous David Finnegan and his team, with our Tuan, Annemarie, Kirsty and Tuan BW telling the whole sorry story like it is. Please spread far and wide…….”
You can help Stop the Eviction by e-mailing Vietnam’s Prime Minister and Ministry of Agriculture through this link: