Secret World Wildlife Rescue

Here at Secret World Wildlife Rescue we rescue and rehabilitate sick, injured or orphaned wildlife from 8am to 10pm, 365 days a year!

We couldn't do this without the support from our amazing team of volunteers!

They help us with everything from collecting injured animals and bringing them to the centre, helping to keep those animal fed and clean during their stay with us, assisting with our education activities, organising amazing fundraising events to helping us in our charity shop.


We are currently looking for volunteers to help our Maintenance department and at our Charity shop!



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General Interests

Our vision

Rescue, Rehabilitate, Release


To prevent British wildlife suffering needlessly and inspire in everyone an understanding and love of wildlife and the countryside

How we deliver our vision

  • We provide a rescue service caring for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife
  • We rehabilitate the animals in our care and return them to the wild wherever possible
  • We are a respected source of expertise and centre of excellence where British wildlife can receive the best care
  • We inspire learning about the world of British wildlife, encouraging everyone to discover what they can do to protect it

Our values

Rescue · Rehabilitate · Release

  • Animal welfare is at the heart of what we do
  • Secret World is a place of safety for wildlife
  • We are there for British wildlife, no matter what the species, to give expert care and rehabilitation

Sharing knowledge

  • We champion our expertise and enthusiasm with the public and other professionals
  • By engaging the public in learning about British wildlife, we help them reconnect with nature and encourage protection of its heritage


  • We are focused on using our resources wisely and celebrate the vital contribution of our supporters
  • We respect and appreciate the devotion and passion of our volunteers and staff, recognising that each individual has an important role to play