Wolf Cub's Corner
This page is just for you guys, from you! We love to see the things you have created and made, or even things you have to say and want to tell us (as do your fellow Wolf Cub Club members) so if you've made something creative why not send it in? You can contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by sending us a letter to our address.
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One of our Junior members, Lily Rangecroft-Heale aged 10 has been fund raising for the Trust. Here is her story on how she achieved this.
'I decided to organise my own sponsored cycle ride to raise money for the wolves. I completed it on Saturday 22nd April. I cycled 10 miles from my house to the local Zoo (Banham). We thought the weather was going to be ok but it rained a bit but we kept going. It wasn't too hard but it was the furthest I've ever cycled on my bike in one go. I had been getting sponsors since Christmas and got a lot from friends, family and my neighbours. I now need to collect it all. It should be £200.'
Lily is hoping to come to the Trust during the May school holiday to present the money to us and we can't wait to meet Lily to congratulate her!
Recently Ciaran Vella (11) visited the Trust and presented us with a donation of £8.70. Ciaran raised this money for us by asking his family to put any loose change into a collection tin for us. What a great idea Ciaran, as it all helps.
One open day we had a visit from 8-year-old Lucy Thirkell. She brought with her an amazing covered show box filled with paper people and wolves made from pipe cleaners.
Our thanks go to three intrepid young climbers who braved wind and rain in order to help the RSPCA and the UKWCT!
"We are three 12 year old girls (Eva Rundle, Rhiannon Wooldridge and Isabella
Cardwell) and we have raised money for the RSPCA - Cornwall Branch and the UK Wolf Conservation Trust. To do so we climbed Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales. We raised just under £500 and halved it. The journey was on a wet and windy day (typical) and it was very cold, but we were determined to finish the walk up and down, which we did successfully. We are extremely glad we've raised money and we hope we've made a change!!"
Junior Member Rhiannon Wooldridge organised a cake sale at Goonhavern junior School in Cornwall in aid of the UK Wolf Conservation Trust! She raised £62.70, which is an amazing amount and we are so thankful for her donation.
If you have any fundraising ideas, or have partaken in one to raise some money for the UK Wolf Conservation Trust.. Why not let us know? Any money raised goes towards the upkeep of our wolves and is donated to projects worldwide that help wolf conservation.
This amazing picture of a "punky" Tala was sent in by Layla who is 11. We all love her rocky, modern look - including Tala herself!
Have you got any drawings of Tala or the other wolves? Why not send them in!
Megan, who is 11 years old and from Southampton, created an incredible 3D model that she has made for her Science project titled 'Endangered Animals'. Megan chose the Red wolf (Canis rufus) as her subject for the sculpture.
We think you'll agree that it is an amazing achievement and it looks brilliant! Has Megan inspired you to make a wolf sculpture?