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Jun 19, 2015

Funding in the field

Shepreth Wildlife Conservation Charity (SWCC) met with its Board of Trustees this month and is proud to announce their 2014 / 2015 fundraising has been a tremendous success again, and was able to write cheques for £4,725 to wild tiger conservation and anti-poaching projects managed by 21st Century Tiger and Wildlife Vets International, £411 to the Red Panda Network striving to protect this species, and a further £250 to the Little Fire Face Project, educating the Javan community about the plight of the loris in Indonesia.

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