Freshfields Animal Rescue £100 Donation

27th April 2016

Today 27/04/2016 WLMGOC had great pleasure in presenting our third £100 cheque for local and north west charities. This time the charity to receive our donation is Freshfields Animal Rescue at Ince Blundell near Crosby.

Noel Skinner seen here presenting our cheque of £100 to Jane Young at East Lodge Ince.

 You can check there website out here

Freshfield Animal Rescue is a non profit making animal charity with two rehoming centres, caring for abandoned, abused and unwanted animals. 

Providing a safe place, care and medical attention to a range of animals from cats and dogs to farm animals and more unusual ferrets, chinchillas and other exotic animals.

Every year Freshfields helps rescue and rehome well in excess of 1200 animals and birds across there two sites in Liverpool and Wales. They receive no state funding and would be very grateful for any support you could offer. Every donation, however large or small, will help the lives of the rescue animals. So with our £100 donation W.L.MG.O.C hope that this will go a little way in transforming the animals lives for the better. 


Unfortunately there will be no presentation pictures of the cheque to the Cumbrian Flood Relief (due to logistical reasons) but we wish them the very best in there efforts to get back to normality after the recent flooding in the area. 

Also, we would like to remind anyone who lives in West Lancs or surrounding areas with a classic car and would like to join us having social nights out going to car shows and events and just generally having a bit of fun while raising money for deserving charity’s we meet at Briars Hall Lathom on the third Thursday of every month at 8pm – or click here and check out our Facebook page West Lancs MG Owners. 

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