Talk: The Work of Cuan Wildlife Rescue
February 8 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm| £3.00
At “Cuan Wildlife Rescue”, they take in any sick, injured or orphaned British wild animal or bird with the whole aim of rehabilitating them back to the wild upon recovery. On arrival at the Centre, each casualty is assessed and given immediate First Aid treatment in the form of pain relief, fluid therapy, warmth, wound management as appropriate. All treatment and nursing is carried out at the Centre, and much thought and preparation is put into their ultimate release back to the wild.
Cuan House is based just on the outskirts of Much Wenlock and have been operating for nearly 30 years. Three years ago, the charity moved to its present premises with a purpose-built wildlife hospital and 15 acres. To date this year alone, they have taken in over 2,500 wildlife casualties.
Learn more about the work they do in this fascinating talk.
Adult £3.00, Child £2.00. Ticket price includes hot drink and biscuits. Please call 01746 781 192 to book your place.