tel: 0871 560 2282
The Trust is a Registered Charity (1053585) which relies on public support to assist Border Collies.
Situated in the heart of Staffordshire, our purpose built kennels are our base and rescue centre for the work the Trust undertakes throughout the UK in the care, rescue and rehoming of Border Collies & Collie X’s
Telephone – 0871 560 2282.
The office is open Monday to Friday 9am to 4.30pm.
The kennels are open 9am to 11am and 2pm to 4pm 7 days a week (except Christmas Day & Boxing day).
Border Collie Trust also administer Acresfold Boarding kennels which are situated in our grounds.
HOW TO HELP
Just some of the ways you can help The Trust
Give A Dog A Home
One of the best ways to help is to give a dog a home. Our website provides details of all the dogs we have for rehoming
Sponsor a Dog
A new way to support us! There are several dogs currently in the trusts care who for one reason or another, cannot be re- homed, these are very special dogs.
Donate online using a Secure Site. You can donate online with Credit or Charity cards or donate through your employer
We are always delighted to receive money donations, but also pleased to receive donations of articles such as toys for the dogs, blankets, food, collars and lead’s, etc.
Examples of how your donation can help – £10 feeds a dog for two weeks. £10 treats a dog for fleas and ticks. £10 provides worming treatment for three dogs. £10 buys two collars and leads. £10 buys a dog bed and bowl.
Subscribe to Border Collie World Only £10.00 per annum.
Don’t miss out on all the news from B.C.T.(G.B), plus informative and entertaining articles, news on special events, readers Letters, Dogs for re-homing, success stories, and much, much more! Published four times a year.
Join the Border Collie Support Scheme
Join the Border Collie Support Scheme for a minimum of £5 per month by bankers order.
Tell your friends
By simply spreading the word you can help The Trust, it’s amazing how many people hear about us by word of mouth. People have often then become involved with, fund raising themselves or offering practical help – building work and repairs, gardening even dog walking. Perhaps you or a group of friends would like to visit the centre and see what we do and how we do it. There is no limit to what we can do with willing helpers. Although much requires the necessary funding it’s surprising how much can be achieved with enthusiasm and a willingness to get involved.
Remember – if you would like to know more telephone the office on 0871 560 2282 or email us or visit http://www.bordercollietrustgb.org.uk for further information.