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    23rd April 2021 – River Wey Guildford We were called to diesel spill near the Rowbarge pub on the River Wey in Guildford. The female...
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    14th April 2021 – Wateringbury Kent Derek and Marion were called out late in the evening to a swan stuck in a field in Yalding...
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    18th March 2021 – Shepperton Mr Swan from Shepperton was admitted this afternoon soaked in cooking oil. His wife was missing and likely to be...
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    13th March 2021 – Hyde Park We had a report of a swan that had been shot with a cross bow in Hyde park. Head...
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    Please see the following letter issued by the Queen’s Swan Marker, David Barber MVO on the 17th December 2020.  Donate Now
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    16th November 2020 – Wellington Barracks London Traditionally the regimental mascot is a goat or even a wolfhound but this perhaps this cygnet was hoping...
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Our Swans

Who are we?

The Swan Sanctuary, Registered Charity 1002582, is a charity dedicated to the care and treatment of swans and waterfowl with an established worldwide reputation.

Please note that the sanctuary can only be visited BY PRIOR ARRANGEMENT.

The Swan Sanctuary

The Swan Sanctuary is registered with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as Veterinary Premises No. 7002114 – Sally Goulden, B. Vet. Med., Cert. G.P. (SAM), MRCVS

IF YOU NEED TO REPORT AN EMERGENCY CALL 01932 240790 (+44 1932 240790 FOR INTERNATIONAL CALLERS)

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE EXACT LOCATION OF THE SICK OR INJURED SWAN TO HAND

IF YOU NEED TO FIND A RESCUER CLOSER TO YOUR LOCATION THAN WE ARE THEN HAVE A LOOK AT OUR USEFUL LINKS PAGE; IF YOU ARE UNSUCCESSFUL THEN PLEASE CONTACT US

We hope you will find the site of interest as well as useful for learning more about the different species of swans and their habitats.