An animal charity in Surrey will open the doors of its wildlife hospital to the public for its annual open day.
The event is the only opportunity for members of the public to go behind the scenes at the Wildlife Aid Foundation's (WAF) centre for sick, injured and orphaned wild animals.
Visitors to the centre in Leatherhead will have the chance to meet WAF founder Simon Cowell and his team, who may be familiar to animal lovers through the TV series Wildlife SOS, shown on Animal Planet.
The annual open day - on July 7th - is the WAF's biggest single fundraising event of the year and helps the charity meet the ever-increasing cost of keeping its hospital and wildlife rescue service running.
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