Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service (Enfield) Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service (Enfield) Trent Park, Cockfosters Road Barnet, EN4 0PSThe Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service (Enfield) was founded in 1985 to help wild animals and birdsLockdown services: Coffee shop and visitor centre has reopened. Due to the Coronavirus, like many other wildlife centres and zoos, we were forced to close our doors to the public in early Spring. Although we are now open this has had a huge impact on the centres' income. Most of our funding is generated through visitors to the centre. During a ‘normal’ year the visitor footfall over Spring into Summer, generally generates enough income to cover our operating costs until the following year.​ This year has been very different and we have had to rely on 100% donations to keep the centre operational. In 30 years, this has been the biggest challenge to our survival. Every small action can generate big results. Your gift will continue to care for sick and injured wildlife.We urgently need your help to raise £110k to cover the running costs of the centre, as well as food and healthcare for our wildlife residents. Help us to continue to rescue and home wildlife by making a gift today. https://www.wras-enfieldwildlife.org.uk/make-a-donationwww.wras-enfieldwildlife.org.ukFacebook: @WRAS.Enfield