Lower Moss Wood Wildlife Hospital, Cheshire
More than just a building. Our latest project will enable Lower Moss Wood Wildlife Hospital to reopen its doors to the 2000+ sick and injured animals it helps every year.
Although the animal hospital is based in Cheshire, its team of volunteers has been caring for and rehabilitating animals from all over the UK since 1983.
In addition, its educational programme has proved to be an invaluable asset to the local community, providing primary school children with a unique outdoor education experience.
To speed up the healing process, the new hospital will house separate treatment areas, which compliment the natural surroundings of each animal. This will include a mammal room, hedgehog room, bat unit, treatment room, triage room, bird room, intensive care and brooder room.
As with all of our builds, great care has been taken to ensure the building blends in naturally with its surroundings and is sensitive to the local landscape.
The project has received huge support from wildlife trusts and societies across the country and is also backed by World Cup winner Sir Bobby Charlton and Teresa Amory – Chairman of the British Wildlife Rehab Council.Go BackView all Blog posts