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Hello everyone. We need your help and support now more than ever
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a challenging set of circumstances for us all. As a wildlife park, and a charity, our income relies solely on visitors like you, coming through our doors each day and enjoying the unique experience of our animals, gardens and play areas.
2020 was a tough year and whilst we hope to be out of lockdown soon we are facing a huge shortfall. Though our doors are closed, work at the Park doesn’t stop.
Our brilliant team are working hard to feed and care for all of the animals in our care, but we still have to pay for food, heating, veterinary care and supplements.
In addition, due to the amount of rain recently, we are currently flooded and will need to repair damage.
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Purchase something from our Amazon wish list. Our team have been busy selecting a wide range of products that you may like to purchase for the Park. For further information click here.
Make a donation
All donations are valuable, greatly appreciated and significant to our vital conservation efforts. To donate, you can use one of the following options:
- Donate by telephone. Please call 0118 976 7480
- Donate by cheque. Please make cheques payable to The Child Beale Trust and send to Beale Wildlife Park, The Child Beale Trust, Lower Basildon, Reading, Berkshire, RG8 9NW
We are recruiting an army of volunteers to join our team We are expanding our team to include more volunteers just as soon as the lockdown is over. We are are hoping to recruit a wide...
Hello everyone. We need your help and support. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a challenging set of circumstances for us all. As a wildlife park, and a charity, our income relies solely on...
We are working in partnership with the Berkshire Mammals Group to encourage Dormice on the wider estate.
We are working in partnership with the Berkshire Mammal Group to monitor and conduct research into the current number of common (or hazel) dormice making the Park their home. These small creatures...