Helping Hands Hedgehog Rescue Centre

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Helping Hands Hedgehog Rescue Centre

Location Queniborough, LE7
Species Helped Hedgehogs
Website N/A
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Contact Helping Hands Hedgehog Rescue Centre

Phone Number 0116 260 6424
Email Address N/A
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Comments ( 6 )

  1. / Replymegan
    this was great, we found a poorly hedgehog in our garden we phone the lady and then took the hedgehog over to her address (she lives near us) and she sorted everything efficiently – great
  2. / ReplySam Hearth
    This lady is fabulous, I have taken several poorly hedgehogs to her and she has looked after them all, wonderful lady.
  3. / ReplyBec Wilko
    Took a poorly hedgehog tonight. The lady was lovely and obviously knew how to handle the little prickly one. Hope Spikey recovers ok!
  4. / ReplyLizzie
    I wish I knew about this place before. What a fantastic, caring lady!
  5. / ReplyJohn Poyser
    We found the information to be accurate and up to date. The centre was easily accessible at a variety of times. We were welcomed by Pat Wadd who is clearly very knowledgeable about the care of hedgehogs and obviously very skilled in their care and handling. A terrific resource.
  6. / ReplyLesley
    Pat welcomed us on Sunday afternoon with the poorly hedgehog we'd found in front garden Evington Road Leicester. She was brilliant. Hedgehog couldn't have a better chance than in her skilled care.

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