Worried about a Hedgehog?

If you are ever worried about the health or welfare of a hedgehog, please call the British Hedgehog Preservation Society on 01584 890801 and they will be able to give you advice, and put you in touch with a local rescue centre if necessary.


Four more hedgehogs (2 boys and 2 girls) moved into Glatton today. If all the new hedgehog mums and dads can keep us up dated on progress all our readers would be most appreciative, especially Shepreth Hedgehog Hospital who love Read more…


Happy to say these 3 hogs seem to get along. (for info. there is already 1 in the box).


We have some more hedgehogs wanting to move into Glatton in early September. As usual they will be allocated in order of applicants, so if you would like one please drop an email to admin@glatton-hogblog.uk with your name and address, Read more…


A lot of activity in the garden as usual. The one drinking had been eating in the box but nipped out to have  drink – you need to be quick. Would love to see some more blogs from Glatton residents.


Yes, I have forgotten to post for some time. Very happy to say I have a number of hogs and hotlets in the garden and they seem to be doing extremely well, I am happy to say. One of the Read more…


Busy night in the garden with signs of mating. Look forward to the next generation.  


So pleased to welcome back hedgehogs again. This smaller hog visited 3 times and a much larger one (Jasmine) also came and had a look.


The Woodland Trust has posted a video on its social media channels detailing the impact pumpkins can have on wildlife. In it, Trevor Weeks, founder of the East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service, says Halloween coincides with the time Read more…


We are hoping to have some more hedgehogs in November, but we need a few more people who want to adopt them. If you are interested in adopting a hedgehog, please can you email admin@glatton-hogblog.uk with your name, address and contact phone Read more…


Check out this helpful guide to helping hedgehogs, kindly provided by Shepreth Wildlife Conservation Charity. Click here or on the image.