Animal rescue charity launches partnership with holiday resort

Jamie Kingscott of Secret World and Mick Rayner from Holiday Resort Unity in Secret Wood. Picture: S

Jamie Kingscott of Secret World and Mick Rayner from Holiday Resort Unity in Secret Wood. Picture: Secret World Wildlife Rescue - Credit: Archant

A Somerset holiday resort has formally recognised its partnership with an animal rescue charity.

Holiday Resort Unity in Brean Sands has dedicated a piece of woodland on its site, called Secret Wood, after it has become a prime release site for East Huntspill’s Secret World Wildlife Rescue’s garden birds and rabbits.

Mick Rayner, head gardener at Holiday Resort Unity, said: “The Secret Wood is the final phase of a three-year project and part of our award-winning conservation area.

“We’re really pleased to partner with Secret World to share this fantastic facility with our guests.”

Jamie Kingscott, Secret World’s release manager, said: “Our aim is to return adult animals to the place where they were rescued, returning them to their known homes.


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“This year we have been able to release several different animals into the woods at Unity Farm.”

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