Just one of the beautiful Cuan Wildlife Christmas cards painted by the very talented Delia Griffin, available soon!
Fran Hill, our Hospital Manager, at the end of August, did a sponsored climb of Snowdon, going up the Miners’ Route. The plan was that she and her husband, John, would camp at the top, so they carried all their camping gear, food etc up with them. It turned out to be one of those […]
Very many thanks to Caroline Webb for completing the Shropshire Half Marathon. By doing so, she raised a wonderful £400 for Cuan Wildlife. It was a great effort. Congratulations and thanks!
I am now back from my solo trek! It took me 13 days and I was incredibly lucky with the weather. The first week was in a heat wave and it was T-shirt and shorts every day. The second week was the same apparel with the addition sometimes of a fleece and for two days […]
To do my bit to raise money for our new wildlife hospital, I am planning in June to walk the whole of the Anglesey coastal path. It is 200 kms and I shall be doing it solo, aiming to complete it in approximately 12 days. I realise, of course, that there are probably folk out there […]
The event last Friday, Leo Smith’s talk on Red Kites in Shropshire, was extremely well attended – in fact we couldn’t have squeezed any more in! Including the admission charge, the raffle, sales and donations, we made a total of £477.15. This was a fantastic amount, and I should like to thank both Leo for so […]
Well done and HUGE thank you to Angus Harvey-Smith who was sponsored for us to do the Long Mynd Hike on October 6th this year! The hike is a 50 mile cross country competition set in the beautiful but very hard South Shropshire Hills. Angus completed it in a extremely good 12 hours 49 minutes. […]
The talk on ‘Shropshire Peregrines’ by Jim Almond raised £257.20. Many thanks to everyone who supported us, made cakes, etc. Also to our three sponsors, Sabrina Boats for donating a boat trip as a raffle prize, Tanners for bottles of wine also a raffle prize and Asda who donated some of the refreshments. All most […]