Anne Brummer, trustee and founder of Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue and CEO of Dr Brian May's Save Me Trust receives a national award for Services to Wildlife. Congratulations to our CEO, Anne Brummer who has won the prestigious Animal Hero Award 2018 for services to wildlife. Dr Brian May said: I can’t give you a full impression of what Anne Brummer does in a few moments. All I can say is that she has benefitted wildlife in this country for a few years now” Anne and Brian’s dynamic partnership began with the release of foxes and Badgers on the grounds of Brian’s estate - that has now become a forever home for wildlife. The chance discovery of a hedgehog trapped in wire fencing has led to radical changes in the life of Anne Brummer and the thousands of wild animals she now helps heal and get back to the wild every year.
Anne was recognised for their “incredible work” at an event staged by Surrey County Council Chairman Sally Marks. The event in Dorking saw volunteers given a certificate and a specially commissioned chairman’s medal that was struck at Pobjoy Mint. Among those receiving awards included Charles Connell, who delivers meals on wheels three days a week, Edward Hickman a war veteran who walked to raise funds for charity after losing all his toes in battle, and Penny Shoubridge, who has been involved with the Scouts, Brownies and Cubs for more than 30 years in Charlwood. Mrs Marks said: “It was great to be able to thank so many wonderful volunteers for their incredible work in their communities. I was moved to hear so many examples of selfless dedication and amazed to learn just how long some of the volunteers had been serving.
Queen guitarist and animal campaigner Dr Brian May has picked up the Observer Ethical Campaigner of the year award for the highly successful Team Badger and Save Me campaigns run this year to protect the badger from the unethical, unscientific and flawed badger cull. The Observer is the world's oldest Sunday newspaper, part of the Guardian Media Group. The Observer Ethical Awards were founded nine years ago to celebrate individuals, teams and companies fighting for environmental and social justice in the UK. They have been dubbed the 'green oscars'. Previous winners include Joanna Lumley, David Attenborough, Jane Goodall, James Lovelock and Malala Yousafzai.
The Campaigner of the year category recognises the public-facing campaigner who has made the biggest difference to Observer readers and put ethical issues on the global agenda.
Animal heroes from around the UK to receive Awards. Monday, October 17, 2011 London. WILDLIFE RESCUE AWARD: ANNE BRUMMER. Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue is run by Anne Brummer (45) from Camberley in Surrey. Her work with wildlife started 25 years ago with the care of a hedgehog. In subsequent years she has dedicated more and more time to rescuing animals and in 1998 set up her rescue centre, which is supported by Queen’s Brian May. Last year it cared for more than 1,600 animals and is dedicated to helping injured and orphaned wild animals and birds, nurturing them back to health then releasing them back into the wild.
Surrey Life Community Heroes 2016 - who really makes a difference to life in your town or village? 07:35 24 February 2016 Celebrating the inspiring people who are really making a difference in Surrey’s town and village communities, here we bring you the annual Surrey Life Community Heroes lists: the charity volunteers, lifesavers and other proactive people - all recommended via surreylife.co.uk - who you feel make an impression on the quality of life in Surrey