WRAS's 24 Hour Rescue Line: 07815-078234
For all rescue and wildlife advice please contact WRAS's duty co-ordinator on 07815 078 234 (24hrs for emergency calls or 10am-7pm for non-emergency calls and advice).
Please leave a message on the answer phone and we will attempt to return urgent calls within 15 minutes, during busy times this is not always possible. Please listen carefully to the message on the answer phone and follow any instructions given.
How do I find out about a Casualty you collected?
Please call the Casualty Centre on 01825-873003 and leave a message. Please be aware that we are not always able to check straight away as we may be busy helping casualties, and could during busy times take a week or more depending on the availability of volunteers. Please be aware we are not a big charity and don’t have a call centre, so have to answer calls between dealing with casualties. Please quote the reference number on the leaflet you were given.
Can I do a Work Placement at WRAS?
Yes - Please go to our Workplacement page for more information and fill in the form there.
How can I set up a Monthly Standing Order with WRAS?
Im interested in Volunteering how can I find out more?
Click here to visit our volunteering page to find out where we are, the roles available and how to apply to volunteer.
To make a donation over the phone please call: 01825-873003
Office: 01825 873003
Treasurer: Murrae on 07815 070432
Postal Donations/PO Box Address: Julia@eastsussexwras.org.uk
Sales / Volunteering: Chris on 01825873003 Click HERE for more information.
To Book a Talk: 01825-873003 (Please do not e-mail) Click HERE for more information.
Events / Displays: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Please DO NOT call any of these non-casualty numbers if you find an injured, sick or orphaned wild animal or bird)
PO Box 2148, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 9DE
Casualty centre address
Unit 2, The Shaw Barn, Whitesmith, East Sussex, BN8 6JD
8 Stour Close, Stone Cross, Pevensey, East Sussex, BN24 5QU
(Please DO NOT deliver casualties to ANY of these addresses as none of them are constantly manned, please call the rescue line first for advice and assistance)Follow us!