Brent Lodge Bird & Wildlife Trust

Brent Lodge Bird & Wildlife Trust

Wildlife Hospital - Chichester, West Sussex - Registered Charity 276179

Brent Lodge Bird & Wildlife Trust is a wildlife hospital based in West Sussex. We are a voluntary organisation that has been treating and rehabilitating injured, sick and orphaned wildlife for over 40 years. We receive over 3,000 patients each year.

We invite you to watch our short informational video above (tap it to play) for more information. Further details about the organisation are also available on our About Us page.

Volunteers required

Volunteers

Do you know someone who would love the opportunity to work with some incredible animals?

We are currently looking for hard working, dedicated volunteers to help care for the sick and orphaned wildlife we help at Brent Lodge.

There are many different areas of volunteering work to choose from and something for everyone, from hands-on animal care to fundraising.

Please see the ‘About Us‘ page and select the ‘Volunteer’ option for further details or click here…..

https://www.brentlodge.org/volunteering/

Can you help with prizes please?

Tombola

We have lots of fundraising events for the hospital throughout the year, and running a tombola at these events is a great way for us to raise funds.

However, we need tombola prizes!

So if you have any items that you could let us have as prizes for our tombolas we’d be very grateful.

We can make use of all sorts of nick-naks … toiletries, ornaments, teddies, books, bottles, kiddies bits, tins, non-perishable foods, jewellery, unwanted gifts, etc.

So long as it’s in “as new” condition, we can make use of it.

If you have any items that you think we can use as tombola prizes, please just drop them in to Brent Lodge.

Thank you!

If you need urgent help …

Emergency

Please note that our emails and Facebook & Twitter messages are not monitored constantly.

Although we are happy to answer general wildlife queries via all those, it may take some time.

If you need urgent advice about sick or injured wildlife, please phone us on 01243-641672.