Due to the Coronavirus pandemic and following government advice Hollytrees will be shutting to the general public and implementing the following measures until further notice:
We are still taking in any injured or orphaned wildlife. If you are bringing wildlife to our centre please contact us on 01564 823244 once outside and a member of staff will meet you at the gate.
Boarding Kennels and Cattery
We are operating a reduced number of boarding facilities for serious emergencies only. We will be honouring any bookings that are already made, if still needed. We ask that if you or anyone you have come into contact with is experiencing any symptoms of the coronavirus that you make arrangements for someone else to drop off and/or collect your animals.
We will not be allowing members of the public in to the centre to meet our rescues. If you are interested in adopting an animal we welcome you to contact us via 01564 823244 or email@example.com for one of our members of staff to discuss this with you. But for the time being adoptions are on hold.
Whilst we are always in need of bedding, newspaper and towels, we ask that you heed the government’s advice and stay home during these uncertain times.
If you insist on dropping off donations to us you will notice a green wheelie bin to the right side of our gate that you are welcome to use. We are extremely grateful to all of our supporters both before and during this period of uncertainty.
We implore all of our volunteers and work placements to follow the government’s advice and stay home and safe.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused by these precautions but they are for the safety of everyone.
Many thanks for your understanding and support as always,
In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic Hollytrees will be restricting visitors to the centre for the forseeable future as follows:
We are of course still taking in injured wildlife. If you are bringing wildlife to our centre please contact us once outside and a member of staff will meet you at the gate.
We will remain open for the boarding of cats and dogs. However we ask that if you are showing any symptoms of the virus at all or are returning from a country with an outbreak that you call us first or make arrangements for someone else to drop off and/or collect your animals.
Other than our boarding clients we are strictly closing to the public.
We are still rehoming animals at this time however this will be via appointment only. If you are interested in adopting an animal from us contact us on 01564 823244 or firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our members of staff will discuss the matter with you. If we have anything suitable to your situation and you are interested we will arrange a time for you to come by and take things from there.
We are still accepting donations of newspapers, bedding, towels and bric-a-brac, and are extremely appreciative of anyone willing to make the journey. In this case there is a green wheelie bin outside our gate that can be used to drop off donations or in the case of larger donations a member of staff will meet you at the gate to assist you.
We implore any volunteers who are showing any symptoms of the virus at all, or who have been in contact with anyone showing symptoms to remain at home. Know that we’re extremely grateful of your help, as always, but precautions must be taken for everyones safety.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused by these measures.
Many thanks for your understanding,