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The RSPCA has been given a £3,500 boost thanks to One Traveller.
The business donates a proportion of every booking to good causes and staff visited to the East Winch Wildlife Centre to present the cheque to the charity.
All the money will be used by the centre to help animals in need.
Daniel Adams, head of product and marketing at One Traveller, said: “Animal welfare is an issue we receive many letters about and recently we have stopped visiting the Tiger Temples in Thailand and the Moscow State Circus in response to concerns raised by our guests.
“We are fully supportive of the RSPCA’s goals of ensuring all animals are respected and treated with compassion.
“Recently we have also acted to avoid disreputable elephant camps in Thailand and Sri Lanka and work closely with the Born Free Foundation in both countries.
“East Winch is run exclusively by donation so this is a fantastic way to make a real and meaningful difference to the preservation of wildlife.”
One Traveller is an award-winning agent and operator for single holidays for the over 50s. It was set-up in 2007 by Ian and Emma Darkin and is based in Swaffham.
From left, Emma Darkin and Daniel Adams from One Traveller presenting the cheque for £3,500 to the RSPCA’s Sue Levings. Picture: Tony Jones