British Hedgehog Preservation Society


The Society was formed in 1982 and its aims are: to make the public aware of hedgehogs and to give advice on their care, particularly when injured, sick, orphaned, treated cruelly or in any other danger; to encourage the younger generation to value and respect natural wildlife and, by supplying information and giving lectures, to foster their interest in hedgehogs; to fund research into the behavioural habits of hedgehogs and to ascertain the best methods of assisting their survival. The Society has already contributed £12,500 towards the research of Dr Pat Morris, of the Department of Biology, London University, an acknowledged expert on hedgehogs. Has also helped to support other research projects, including donations to St. Tiggywinkles and other hedgehog carers throughout the UK.


Tel: +44 (0) 1584 890 801


Hedgehog House,
Ludlow, Shropshire SY8 3PL
United Kingdom

Key Words

Hedgehog, Animal, Nature, Wildlife, Environment, Gardening

Creation Date: 
Sunday, 2 September, 2012 - 16:47

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