• Joan Walley

    Click here to see Joan’s animal Joan Walley served in parliament for 28 years as MP for Stoke on Trent North. During that time she was a longstanding officer of the All Party Parliamentary Football Group as well as a shadow minister for Transport and then Environment. From 2010 -2015 she chaired the Environmental Audit […]

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  • Gordon Banks

    Gordon Banks was one of the greatest goalkeepers of his or any other generation and he will forever be remembered for his heroic part in England’s triumphant 1966 World Cup campaign that culminated in the famous 4-2 victory over West Germany at Wembley in the final.

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  • ANNA MACHMIADRACHAIN

    Anna was born in Hampstead but has lived in Dorset for many years.She works mainly from her imagination, drawing on the beauty and mystery of the sea, ships and boats of all kinds.

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  • Dee Hellier

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  • Jim Bell

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  • Paul Windridge

    The Snow Leopard lives in some of the harshest conditions on Earth in Nepal, China, India, Afghanistan and Russia. Powerful, beautiful and solitary creatures, they are under threat from poaching, loss of their natural prey, and damage to habitat due to over grazing of domestic livestock.

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  • Tess Coleman

    These gentle and intelligent great apes share 97% of their DNA with humans and are endangered in both Sumatra and Borneo. I am talking about Orangutans. Palm Oil plantations and logging have destroyed much of their habitat. I avoid any products with palm oil.

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  • Saille White

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  • Tony White

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  • Anthony Bygraves

    I am very mindful of all living things and sincerely respect their individual right to survive as we hope we will. I have adopted the humble Watervole as my nominated mammal to protect and I wish them well as a species and may they enjoy an unthreatened life ahead

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