Originating five years ago as a greater Manchester Initiative – the Tameside Hedgehog drive is back and bigger than ever. Now known as the Great British Hedeghog Drive, we’re targeting local schools and Community programs to teach hedgehog Sustainability, our director is Travelling around giving talks on conservation, and we are continuing to offer our free hedgehog winter boxes around the nation. Click to get involved and help Hedgehogs in your community.
The wildlife One Society Believes in conservation at grassroots level. However, our Involvement doesn’t stop there; We Believe there is no point in helping Wildlife Survive in the next field they die of Pesticide Poisoning. That’s why we’re so Insistent on making the council, and other organisations commit to our PPIPS Policy. Click the link to find out what we’re doing and how you can help…
Discover the Society’s latest Initiative; Alexander Howson has written a Government petition With the backing of MP’s and Industry Officials. The goal is to stop people from Leaving dogs in cars by making it a prosecutable offence when there is an amber Weather warning. Click the link to find out more and sign the petition…
Wildlife One started with our director, Alexander Howson, trying to improve hedgehog survival in his local community and has grown to a team of over 30 volunteers. Click here to read about the Wildlife One Society’s journey from a small Manchester-based initiative to a Nationwide Society, seeking official charity registration.
Book a free conservation talk
As an organisation, our Society believes in local, community-level education. As part of our efforts to achieve this, our director, Alexander Howson, has embarked on a nationwide tour of the country to educate local communities. This has included schools, conferences and suitability events. All talks are entirely free of charge, although a goodwill donation to any wildlife charity is appreciated.
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