I have opened the Sanctuary again and have been taking in hedgehogs, but due to the Covid restrictions I cannot have volunteers enter my house, so have had to reduce capacity to a size I can manage alone.
This means the Sanctuary is full (mostly with underweight juveniles).
I am available on my Facebook page to give advice, but if you find a hedgehog in need of help please contact a rescue in your area or take it to Wildlife Aid Hospital, Randalls Farm Road, nr Leatherhead KT22 0AL
Shepperton Hedgehog Sanctuary is a small self-funded hedgehog rescue on the Surrey/Middlesex borders.
With your support we hope to care for and rehabilitate hedgehogs and educate people on their importance.
As we are self-funded we rely on donations from the public and sponsors so we can provide the food and medicines needed to care for our hedgehogs.
If you are able to make a donation of any size to help support us please click on the Donate button.
We have set up an Amazon wish list to allow our supporters to help us acquire the supplies, including medical equipment and blankets, that we need to ensure the hedgehogs that visit us receive the best possible treatment and care.
If you would like to help us by purchasing something from our wish list, please click the link below. Thank you for your generosity.
With help from the Charities Aid Foundation, Shepperton Hedgehog Sanctuary was included in the 2019 Co-op Local Community Fund. The money raised by customers in the Shepperton Co-op will go a long way to helping us get through next year. Thank you CAF and Co-op
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Hedgehogs are a valuable part of British wildlife but numbers are in serious decline in the UK. Click to find out more about role hedgehogs play in the environment and their seasonal activity.
By making our gardens hedgehog-friendly we can support local hedgehog populations. Click to read about this, and more ways you can help the species.
There are lots of myths about what foods we should and shouldn't leave out for hedgehogs. For a concise list of dos and don'ts, click on the link above.
More information on the areas discussed in this website, as well as support for starting up a hedgehog sanctuary of your own, can be found on the Vale Wildlife Hospital website. Click the link above to visit.