‘Spellbinding’ fundraiser for Wild Things in Need raises hundreds

The Flange & Prong team, left to right: Tessa Lowe, Nik Taylor, Carrie May Mellor, Helen Nagle, Shelley Mayes, Vicky Malam, Chris Byrne, Amber Marie, Lynette Epton and Lucinda Gaunt.

Witchcraft and spirituality shop Flange & Prong in Horncastle’s West Street held a fundraising summer fair on Saturday June 18 to raise money for Wild Things Rescue, an animal rescue charity.

The fair had stalls from many local businesses, including Reflexology Lincolnshire, Knotwork Massage Therapy and Aura Cloud, offering visitors Indian head massages and other treatments.

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Overall the event raised £250 for Wild Things, which is currently experiencing a very busy time with the launch of its veterinary hospital in Langrick.

An Indian head massage.

Shelley Mayes of Flange & Prong said: “We’re amazed at how well it turned out, our therapists donated part of their fees and it was a brilliant day.”

Wild Things has seen a huge influx of admitted animals, including hedgehogs, ravens, ravens, pigeons and even birds of prey.

Founder Lucy Steele said: ‘It’s really hectic at the moment, we welcomed 148 animals in June and are currently full so we’ve had to close for new admissions at the moment.

“The money Flange & Prong raised was so helpful that we managed to buy two weeks worth of animal feed, which is awesome.”

The Wild Things fundraiser at Flange & Prong.

Donations of towels, newspapers, birdseed, dog food and monetary donations are welcome to keep their pets fed and warm.

Vicky Myland gets a glitter tattoo from Amber Frettingham.
Clinical reflexologist Helen Neagle.

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