The Lancashire East Branch relies on donations and legacies from the animal loving public.
Without your support we would not be able to continue the great work that we do rescuing and rehabilitating animals
If you would like to fund raise or want to send us a donation just click this link to take you to our Just Giving Page. Thank you
Branch Trustee – Multiple Roles (RSPCA Lancashire East Branch)
Help Make East Lancashire a Better Place for Animals
Are you passionate about animals and their welfare?
Do you want to give sick, injured, abandoned, and abused animals another chance in life and see the joy a rescued animal can bring to local families?
Do you have professional skills in accountancy, business management, community engagement, education, information technology, marketing, project and people management, retail or the veterinary sciences?
Do you live in or near East Lancashire and the Ribble Valley?
Are you prepared to offer your time and experience as a local RSPCA Branch Trustee?
The RSPCA Lancashire East Branch (the Branch) is seeking to appoint a minimum of five new Trustees to help re-form and re-launch the Trustee Board to steer the charity forward at a very exciting time [for more information click here]
WOULD YOU BUy ONE OF OUR LOVELY DOGS THEIR LUNCH TODAY?
To buy a dogs dinner for as little as £1.00 please ask at the till in our shops in Burnley or Clitheroe or at the Animal Centre in Accrington or click the dogs dinner button below to donate through our just giving page
(please specify it's for a dogs dinner).
All of these dogs have stayed at the centre for varying periods of time before finding their forever homes. If you would like to help dogs like these by paying as little as £1.00 towards their dinner they will really appreciate your kindness.
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For help and advice on wildlife please click here You can also ring 0300 123 8967 (please note this is for advice on wildlife only, to report cruelty or neglect you will need to ring 0300 1234 999)
AMERICAN XL BULLIES
The UK Government has now confirmed that American Bully XLs will be added to a list of dogs which are banned in England and Wales with effect from 31 December 2023. We understand this is hugely concerning and upsetting for owners, as well as animal welfare organisations like ourselves.
The RSPCA is opposed to this ban, which we don’t believe is effective in protecting the public. We do not agree with the broad legal definition of an American Bully XL announced by the UK Government but we must comply with the law and we are committed to supporting dog owners as we await more information.
For the latest information on XL bullies, click here for the latest information from the National RSPCA on this issue.