• Giving Wild Animals a Voice

    The Save Me Trust gives wild animals a voice. It was formed in 2009 in the run up to the elections.

    It was created by Dr Brian May and Anne Brummer to speak out about the cruel minority in our ...

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  • The Badger Cull

    The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has now added its voice to that of the Independent Expert Panel (IEP) in finding that the pilot badger culls have failed.

    The cost of implementing the badger culls is now a major concern in an era of government imposed austerity.

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  • The Hunting Act

    We are totally opposed to dogs killing wild mammals for human pleasure and 'sport'.

    We encourage the humane sports of drag hunting and lure coursing to retain all the traditions without the need for cruelty.

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  • Save Me Woods

    Our woodland restoration project in Bere Regis is restoring farmland to woodlands to create a wildlife corridor 

    Keep updated through the seasons with our project here through and join us on our woodland days ......

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  • Wildlife Rocks

    An amazing day that brings together wildlife and entertainment.

    Wildlife Rocks is an event that celebrates the wildlife that surrounds us. It is a fantastic day to share wildlife experiences with fellow wildlife enthusiasts through music, talk and fun ...

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  • Hunts, Stunts & Spin

    "Never lose sight of the fact that one really well-beaten cub killed fair and square is worth half a dozen fresh ones killed the moment they are found without hounds having to set themselves to the task. It is essential that hounds should have their blood up and learn to be savage with their fox before he is killed."  (Late Duke of Beaufort)

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Welcome to Save Me

Standing up for wildlife

Save Me was founded in 2009

Save Me was formed in 2009 to give wildlife a voice.  

Save Me campaigns on issues affecting wildlife. Our main aims are  to keep and strengthen the Hunting Act and to put an end to the unscientific cull of badgers and to find a sustainable and viable solution to the cull.

British wildlife faces many threats from loss of habitat, climate change and our never ending desire to build or tarmac our countryside.  Save Me works to protect all British Wildlife. We want to live in a country where no wild animal suffers pain, humiliation or death from humans for sport or pleasure.

Latest News

Giving wild animals a voice

Brian May’s Save Me Trust to Challenge Lawfulness of Badger Cull Licences

Brian May’s Save Me Trust to Challenge Lawfulness of Badger Cull Licences

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Our Hen Harriers are missing

Buy Skydancer bath bombs to support Hen Harriers

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Defra shows bTB increases in the cull zones during the badger culls


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Our statement on the triumph of the Hunting Act this week by Bri

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Campaigns, Projects & News

Giving wild animals a voice

Associated Campaigns

Projects we are currently involved with

Team Fox

Team Fox is a coalition of animals groups united to keep the hunting ban in place. Fox hunting is not a ‘tradition’ that needs to be protected  

The humane sport of drag hunting, in which the hunt follows an artificial trail, has all the tradition without any of the cruelty. Nevertheless, traditions are measured in more than years. They have to reflect the values and attitudes of a society and the vast majority of the British people today oppose hunting with dogs. To bring back fox hunting is to bring back cruelty.

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Badger and Cattle Vaccination Initiative (BACVI)

The Badger and Cattle Vaccination Initiative engages with farmers, government and stakeholders to find a sustainable and effective path for the reduction of bTB in cattle and wildlife. 

Why vaccinate badgers against bovine TB?

Vaccinating badgers reduces the severity of the disease in those that become infected after vaccination. A reduction in the prevalence and severity of disease in the badger population will

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