Save the Scottish Seabird Centre – Creature Candy

Hello everyone,

I have been working hard to bring more posts to you in the past couple of weeks. I hope you are enjoying them so far.

In this post, I am asking for your help.

I recently found out that Creature Candy, supports 11 different nature charities through donating 10% of sales of their products.  It was created to make people aware of declining populations of species in Britain. Founded by Lizzie Barker, a Zoologist from Shipston-on-Stour in 2015, their fabulous products feature gorgeous illustrations by Jo Medlicott.

I will leave their website link – here. 


However, the reason behind this post is their campaign to help keep the doors of The Scottish Seabird Centre open.

The Scottish Seabird Centre is located in North Berwick and they aim to inspire people to engage and conserve wildlife and their surrounding habitats and has been helping educate people about wildlife and the marine environment for over 20 years. Thanks to the effects of COVID 19 they are at risk of not being able to open their doors after lockdown has been released.

They need to raise £200, 000  by the end of July or they sadly face permanent closure.

Creature Candy has kindly released a limited edition coloured unframed A4 Puffin Print, available for £15, £5 of which is donated to the Scottish Seabird Centre fundraiser. These are printed on FSC certified paper and are packaged in biodegradable cello bags.

Charity Puffin Print for the Scottish Seabird Centre. Image taken from Creature Candy.

To donate, please follow this link to the crowdfunding page, you can then select your reward (the painting) on the crowdfunding page. 


I know many of us are financially strained at the moment, but this really is a worth cause. And if you can contribute even in a small way; you don’t have to donate £15, it can be £1. All donations, will be gratefully received.

Video from Creature Candy’s Crowdfunding page.

Charlotte

xoxo

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