International wildlife charity moves from Cranleigh to Shalford - David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

PUBLISHED: 14:53 21 February 2012 | UPDATED: 21:04 20 February 2013

International wildlife charity moves from Cranleigh to Shalford - David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

International wildlife charity moves from Cranleigh to Shalford - David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

Thanks to the generosity of key donors, Ian and Mariana Covey, the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation will be moving from its current location at Smithbrook Kilns, Cranleigh to new premises in Shalford this April.

Thanks to the generosity of key donors, Ian and Mariana Covey, the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation will be moving from its current location at Smithbrook Kilns, Cranleigh to new premises in Shalford this April.


Having outgrown our current premises the opportunity to move to a location with good office space and a fabulous gallery came just at the right time, says DSWF chief executive, Melanie Shepherd.


We would like to extend our thanks to the donor who is so generously supporting this move and look forward to being part of village life in Shalford.


Currently being refurbished to house a new art gallery and the charitys offices, the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation will relocate to the former Red Biddy Gallery site at 7 Kings Road, Shalford with an official opening planned for April.


With art forming a vital part of the charitys fundraising for the conservation of critically endangered mammals the new premises will host a calendar of exciting exhibitions and events throughout the year.




Photo byBecky Thomas

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