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Going wild worldwide at Wildlife Aid in Leatherhead

PUBLISHED: 17:47 15 September 2010 | UPDATED: 17:34 20 February 2013

Visitors Dan Vickery and Ellen Smith

Visitors Dan Vickery and Ellen Smith

From quintessentially English to spreading wings worldwide, Leatherhead charity Wildlife Aid's open day this year featured everything from Morris Dancers to guest appearances from campaigning Aussie cousins

Photos: Andy Newbold


From quintessentially English to spreading its wings worldwide, Leatherhead charity Wildlife Aids open day this year featured everything from Morris Dancers to guest appearances from campaigning Aussie cousins.


Surrey's largest wildlife rehabilitation hospital and home to TVs Wildlife SOS is not usually open to the public and their annual event always draws the crowds.


Mingling this year were Australian Animal Rescues Nigel Williamson and the Moody Blues Ray Thomas.

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