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Grande Bretagne Grande Bretagne: Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary Conservation Project (CONCUKSTV05-23)


01/08/2023   -   16/08/2023

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EUR 150 i Les frais sont à régler en deux fois:

EUR 150 à payer maintenant.
GBP 50 à payer après confirmation.

Remarque : les frais totaux peuvent varier en fonction des taux bancaires.

Détails sur le projet

18 - 69
Nombre maximum de bénévoles
Encore de la place pour
La nourriture végétarienne
Aéroport le plus proche
Bristol (BRS)
Gare routière/ferroviaire la plus proche
Volunteers have two choices of arrival: See below:


To provide a high standard of care to monkeys rescued from UK the pet trade, allowing them to live in groups with conspecifics and to improve their situations as much as possible.

Volunteers will be helping maintain the enclosures, preparing food for the monkeys. Learning to identify edible wild leaves and make enrichment items. Volunteers will also be helping with daily tasks and general daily tasks.

The volunteers will be working with a diverse team of volunteers from around the world and the local community.

Volunteers will receive extensive training on how to behave around monkeys and a generaal background regarding the UK Pet Trade and the impact of captivity on monkeys. There will also be training on how to provide the correct nutrition to the monkeys.

Logement et nourriture

Volunteers will stay in dorms with up to 4 other people on site. The dorms are split in to male and female. Volunteers will have access to Showers, Hot Water and a Washing Machine.

Volunteers will also have access to a fully equipped kitchen. Food will be provided for three meals a day.

Situation, loisirs

Looe is a picturesque fishing harbour situated in South East Cornwall, just 45 minutes from Plymouth. They are famous for our day-caught fish and wide sandy beach but there is lots more to discover.

Looe has a rich history such as the famous Looe Bridge that joins the East and West towns and hidden treasures including beautiful woodland and cobbled streets lined with independent boutiques and delicious restaurants.

The volunteers will be a 45 minute walk away from the town where there is an array of shops and leisure activities. The volunteers are nearby to beautiful beaches.


Wild Futures is a UK primate welfare and conservation charity rescuing, campaigning, educating and providing sanctuary to primates in need. We also support projects overseas, working to protect primates and habitats worldwide

Itinéraire vers le point de rendez-vous

  1. Volunteers fly in to Bristol Airport. Volunteers will get the cross country to Bristol Temple Meads and then a train to Liskeard - this will take roughly 2 hours 40 minutes and is a direct train. Once volunteers arrive in Liskeard they will need to take a train to looe which is roughly 30 minutes. finally a 5-10 Minute Taxi journey is needed to arrive to Wild Futures, you will be able to work with the host to book the taxi.
    2. If volunteers cannot arrive in to Bristol Airport then Heathrow is needed. However this is a longer journey, Volunteers will need to get the National Express Bus (Book In Advance) to Liskeard and a train to Looe which takes approximately 6 hours. A Taxi will then be needed to wild Futures which is less than ten minutes.

    Option One: £60
    Option Two: £50
    These costs are rough estimates.

Commentaires additionnels

All Wild Futures need is enthusiasm, positivity and a person with a passion for animal welfare!

PLEASE NOTE: This is a vegetarian centre, all meals provided will be vegetarian. Volunteers need to be fit and healthy to carry out the work!


Volunteers will need to bring a pair of shoes that are strong and will not break easily.
Volunteers will need to bring clothes they do not mind getting muddy and other clothes for days when the volunteers have relaxing days.
it is recommended that volunteers bring their own sleeping bag.