Directory Listing: Foxy Lodge Wildlife Rescue is a charity run advice website which is part of the Starlight Trust

Directory Listing: Foxy Lodge Wildlife Rescue

Listing Status Live (Last Modified Mar 17, 2018 @ 17:11)
Location Foxy Lodge, Newport Road, Hemsby, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 4NN
Species Helped All Wildlife. Pigeon friendly.
Other Information Available between 9am and 9pm

Contact Information for Foxy Lodge Wildlife Rescue

Phone Number 01493 384237
Email Address

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Comments ( 5 )

  1. / ReplyRuth Bond
    This organisation is still active, very friendly. They took in an injured hedgehog at 8.10pm.
  2. / Replya spurdens
    many thanks for your advice and help late last night and a big than you for taking in George the baby hedgehog , we feel we have done the best for him and now he is in safe hands. please advise on his condition, many thanks Alan & Val.
  3. / ReplyJulie
    Hi John Thank you so much for your advise and for taking in the baby hedgehog we found last night. We know we brought it to the right place and that it will get great proffessional care. Lovely to meet you and the animals and Pikey.
  4. / ReplyYvonne
    Hi Tonia and John, Thank you so much for taking in the little baby hedgehog "Hettie" that I found in my garden. I was so impressed with the sanctuary! The hedgehog ward was amazing. So clean, so warm and and full of love. You two look after them with such attention! (the N.H.S could learn alot from you). THANK YOU SO MUCH.
  5. / ReplyJulie
    Very helpful when I found a young hedgehog out during the day took it to them they said far too small to be out on its own will take it in and keep it for the winter release next spring

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