I was so pleased (and relieved) to hear that our Trevor Weekes is recovering after his recent accident.
Over the years East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service (WRAS) have responded to my numerous phone calls re sick hedgehogs, seagulls etc, and have not only collected creatures from me, but have also returned them when they were well enough to be released back into the wild. Sometimes I have phoned and left a message – that message was always responded to.
I should like to express my thanks to all the volunteers who work to look after our wildlife.
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