Window onto wildlife

A local charity is opening the doors to its successful wildlife hospital as part of its main fundraising event on Saturday 23 June.

Cuan House, which is based near Much Wenlock, will be welcoming visitors for an Open Day and Companion Dog Show from 10am until 5pm, with attractions including food stalls, face painting and a fire engine, as well as the chance to see some of the animals being fed.

Helping out with the preparation for the day is local youngster Olivia Marcham (pictured), who is volunteering with the charity as part of her Silver Duke of Edinburgh Award. She says, “We’d love it if the public could donate dust pans and brushes, cleaning kits and mealworms to help with the sick and injured animals. We also have a wishlist on Amazon.”

If you’d like to find out more or enter your dog, visit cuanwildliferescue.org.uk.

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