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How far would you go to save animals?

taking the WSPA challenge


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How far would you go to save animals? at Camelford House

A public talk for animal lovers interested in participating in one of World Society for the Protection of Animals' overseas challenges in 2010.

WSPA is organising two overseas challenges in 2010 giving people the chance to trek mountains and jungles for the charity and see WSPA's unique animal protection work in action.

The evening will begin with an introduction from WSPA's UK Director Suzi Morris followed by an opportunity to hear knowledgeable talks on WSPA's animal welfare projects by wildlife expert Victor Watkins and Rosie Chinchen who has hiked through the tropical forest in Borneo herself and is eager to tell you what the trek is like and what it feels like to see an orangutan for the first time.

When
  • 6pm
  • FREE
Where

Camelford House
Camelford House, 89 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TP
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