Anne Brummer, trustee and founder of Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue and CEO of Dr Brian May's Save Me Trust receives a national award for Services to Wildlife

Congratulations to our CEO, Anne Brummer who has won the prestigious Animal Hero Award 2018 for services to wildlife.

Dr Brian May said: I can’t give you a full impression of what Anne Brummer does in a few moments. All I can say is that she has benefitted wildlife in this country for a few years now”

Anne and Brian’s dynamic partnership began with the release of foxes and Badgers on the grounds of Brian’s estate - that has now become a forever home for wildlife.

The chance discovery of a hedgehog trapped in wire fencing has led to radical changes in the life of Anne Brummer and the thousands of wild animals she now helps heal and get back to the wild every year.

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Anne Brummer was one of  50 of Surrey’s unsung heroes, recognised for their “incredible work”  


More than 50 of Surrey’s unsung heroes were recognised for their “incredible work” at an event staged by Surrey County Council Chairman Sally Marks.

The event in Dorking saw volunteers given a certificate and a specially commissioned chairman’s medal that was struck at Pobjoy Mint.

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Commitment to the prevention of cruelty to wildlife 


The annual Community Reception recognises the important role played by the many volunteers within the 3 villages. We were pleased to hold our community reception at All Saints’ Church Hall in Lightwater in January. The Mayor of Surrey Heath attended the event and presented well-deserved community awards to: Anne Brummer and Dr Brian May - in recognition of their commitment to the prevention of cruelty to wildlife e have tried numerous different types of gloves, but have been unable to find a make that she can use. Anne is also allergic to many other products.



 Wildlife Rescue Award from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) at the House of Lords 


A Surrey woman who has rescued thousands of animals and birds is to receive a special recognition award. Anne Brummer first began working with wildlife 25 years ago when she took care of a hedgehog. She now runs Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue Centre in Camberley which last year cared for more than 1,600 animals. Ms Brummer will receive the Wildlife Rescue Award from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) at the House of Lords on 18 October.

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Sevices to Wildlife Award: Animal Heros Award 2018

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