Secret World Wildlife Rescue

Secret World Wildlife Rescue

Charity information

Secret World Wildlife Rescue

Secret World Wildlife Rescue (SWWR) rescues, rehabilitates and releases Britain’s wildlife. We help over 5,000 animals a year in the South West. We compliment this work through a comprehensive education and learning programme to inspire children and families to engage with and care for the environment and the wildlife that depends on it. We engage with our community through volunteer and work placement opportunities, providing a safe and supportive learning environment.

Founded 1995

  • Mission statement

    SECRET WORLD WILDLIFE RESCUE OBJECTIVES ARE UNDERTAKES THE CARE, REHABILITATION AND EVENTUAL RELEASE OF ORPHANED, INJURED OR OTHERWISE DISTRESSED WILDLIFE AND TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC GENERALLY REGARDING WILDLIFE WITH AIM OF ENCOURAGING TOLERANCE, APPRECIATION AND RESPECT OF ALL WILDLIFE IN PARTICULAR BY DISSEMINATING RESEARCH GAINED FROM CARING FOR WILDLIFE TO OTHER BODIES NATIONALLY.

  • Aims

    Secret World Wildlife Rescue aims to:

    • To rescue, rehabilitate and release British wildlife back into the environmnet.
    • To inspire learning about the world of British wildlife, encouraging everyone to discover what they can do to protect it
    • To be a respected source of expertise and centre of excellence where British wildlife can receive the best care
  • Overview

    Established: January 1995

    Registered Charity Number: 1097119

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 35

    Part time staff: 5

    Volunteers: 300

    Phone number: 01278 783250

    Address: New Road Highbridge Somerset TA9 3PZ

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  • Keeping wildlife safe and warm this winter

    Wildlife casualties arrive at Secret World with an immediate need for warmth and fluids. P... More