The Cheshire Tortoise Group is part of The British Chelonia Group (BCG) which specialises in the welfare and conservation of tortoises, terrapins and sea turtles Worldwide. A display of live tortoises will be on show, plus free educational literature and handouts. Experts will be on hand to advise and help on aspects of tortoise keeping. The Cheshire Tortoise Group look forward to meeting visitors to their stand again in 2022 to answer questions from families, tortoise owners, and those interested in the natural history of these reptiles. The Cheshire Tortoise Group will also have gifts and collectibles on their stand (many items with an animal theme) to raise funds towards conservation projects for these reptiles Worldwide.
DAVID’S CAMPS INTERNATIONAL FUNDRAISER
David is a Year 9 student at Weaverham High School and next year will be taking part in an expedition to Kenya with Camps International. He will be involved in community projects including building schools and safe water supplies, and also wildlife projects such as elephant and rhino conservation.
As part of the expedition, he needs to raise £4,000 and he is making and selling dog bandanas and cat carrier covers to help his fundraising.
CHARLOTTE’S CAMPS INTERNATIONAL FUNDRAISER
Like David, Charlotte will be taking part in an expedition to Kenya with Camps International next year. She will be involved in community projects including building schools and safe water supplies, and also wildlife projects such as elephant and rhino conservation.
To raise funds for the expedition, Charlotte is having a Children’s Lucky Dip, Lollipop Guessing Game, and Make Your Own Magic Potions.
Vivien paints with watercolours and acrylic paint and will be showcasing a range of her work. Commissions are welcome.
Framed decoupage, drawings, bespoke cards and gift creations for Christmas and other occasions.
Handmade, affordable jewellery. Choose your own charm and personalise.
“Prior to Covid, Irshad Querish and his family had a thriving tourist business producing quality stone carved objects for sale. With the collapse of the tourist trade, Irshad continues to try and seek work to support his family, but is struggling. I personally have met Irshad when I last visited India and have been supporting his family for nearly 3 years, so that he can keep a roof over his head. He does some work in the local market where he is paid with surplus food for his family. There is little chance of the return of the tourist trade for at least a couple of years.
The objects are all hand made in the town of Fatepur Sikri (west of Agra and the world famous Taj Mahal) and made to a high standard. All revenune achieved from sales will be returned to Irshad to help support his family.”
LOLA’S LITTLE BAKERY
The bakery makes a lovely range of handmade dog treats, including biscuits, pupcakes, birthday cakes, pupcorn, dognuts, ice cream and pawty bags.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is a grassroots movement of people from a wide range of backgrounds and all walks of life, who believe that we need nature and nature needs us. Together with our members and volunteers, we fight for nature’s recovery across the region.
PLANTS & CRAFTS BY MANDY JANE
Transforming tin cans into handy storage pots, planters and more.
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