RSPCA (England and Wales)

RSPCA Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre

Stapeley Grange is one of four RSPCA wildlife centres based in England that supports the rehabilitation of sick, injured, orphaned and confiscated wildlife.
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Stapeley Grange is the former home of Mrs Cynthia Zur Nedden, a well-known local land owner who devoted her life to caring for sick animals and strays. Cynthia was famous for feeding local wild foxes, squirrels and garden birds. On her death in 1990 Stapeley Grange was bequeathed to the RSPCA to establish an animal home and refuge with a clinic.

Since its inception in 1993 Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre and Cattery has grown exponentially. We admit animals from south of the Scottish Border to south of Birmingham, into North Wales and across to Lincolnshire. In 2018 we received over 6,500 admissions, including wildlife, exotic and domestic casualties.

We rely on public donations to continue our work. Donations made to our page will help the animals in our care. If you would like to do your own fundraising for us we would be very grateful! You can set up your own Justgiving page by clicking on the orange 'Start Fundraising' button on the right hand side of this page.

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RSPCA (England and Wales)

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We're the RSPCA. For 200 years we’ve been creating a better world for every animal – because a world that’s better for animals is better for all of us. We’re here to rescue animals from cruelty and neglect and to speak up for millions more. The RSPCA is registered with the Fundraising Regulator.

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