Two adorable owls who found their way to the centre
Two adorable owls who found their way to the centre

Mansfield rescue centre which helps give injured wildlife a second chance

Mansfield’s wildlife rescue centre has a long history of helping animals which are injured, lost or in distress.

Friday, 27th August 2021, 2:22 pm

Cheryl Martins has worked tirelessly for most of her life caring for wildlife and has run the Mansfield Rescue Wildlife Centre from her home on Brown Avenue for about 20 years. She cannot take any more casualties at the moment, due to full enclosures, but here are images from some of Cheryl’s amazing rescue efforts over the past year or so.

There have been many happy endings, animals recovering, finding new homes or released back into the wild, but sadly not all that come in, will make it due to the extent of their injuries, illness, exposure to cold, hunger or cruelty. Donations of cash and animal foods are always welcome, at the rescue which is planning a move to bigger premises at Pleasley.

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