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News
Newark Bird Show 15/02/2009

We appeared at the Newark show and were very pleased to meet a number of members, and non members, of The SCA.  We would also like to thank Mr Frank Gordon, whose wonderful efforts have once again raised a significant amount for the charity by him walking round with a collecting bottle during the day, and Helen Mortimer for giving up her time to help setup the stand and spend the day fundraising with us.

Newark - The SCA StandDuring a period of economic uncertainty, we are especially grateful to everyone who generously donated money to us, and are pleased to report that we raised a total of £ 516.60.

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Animal Health Announces New Structure

Animal Health reorganise their structure with key partner organisations to deliver shared objectives in animal health and welfare.  The new structure will be introduced from 1 April 2009.

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Fun Stuff
Check out the new jigsaw puzzles in the 'Fun Stuff' section.
 
RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch

As we reported, the RSPB held their annual Big Garden Bird watch during the weekend of 24th & 25th January 2009.  It was also the 30th anniversary of the watch.

The Big Garden Birdwatch is the world's biggest bird survey and provides a vital snapshot of the UK's birds each winter.  For more information about what happened visit their website by clicking HERE.

If you took part, log onto our forums and let us know how you got on.

 
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We need your help

Like most charities, the SCA gets no state funding and is totally reliant on public and members support to continue to achieve our aims. Membership fees cover most of the cost of producing your magazines, but we need help to achieve everything else.

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