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The work of Wild Hogs Hedgehog Rescue

Wild Hogs Hedgehog Rescue has been running since 2010 and been a registered charity since 2016. We work closely with our local vet and other partners to provide the best possible care to sick, injured and orphaned hedgehogs and hoglets.


Areas we cover:

We cover Frampton on Severn, Saul, Epney, Fretherne, Arlingham, Whitminster, Longney, Elmore, Quedgeley, Kingsway, Tuffley, Severn Vale, Stroud, Kings Stanley, Leonard Stanley, Stonehouse, Eastington, Berkeley, Wotton-under-Edge, Thornbury, Slimbridge, Dursley, Cam, and surrounding areas of Gloucestershire.


Gloucestershire Hedgehog Network

We are part of Gloucestershire Hedgehog Network with Vale Wildlife Hospital, Brockworth Hedgehog Rescue and Samantha's Little Prickles in the Forest of Dean. All of the rescues follow the best practice guidelines from the British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council.


Wild Hogs Hedgehog Rescue admits over 500 hedgehogs and has a team of 40 volunteers helping with hedgehog care, events, talks and administration.


Hedgehog Research

We are currently supporting research with the University of Gloucestershire and Nottingham Trent University to help improve hedgehog care, increase diagnosis and support hedgehog conservation.


Talks for Community Groups & Schools

Wild Hogs Hedgehog Rescue gives talks to schools and community groups to help improve local conservation. We bring photos, toys, our hogstacle course and lots of enthusiasm. We ask for a donation for talks towards our costs. If you'd like to arrange a talk, please get in touch.

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