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Wildlife fundraiser at the Washington

PUBLISHED: 10:28 13 October 2017 | UPDATED: 10:48 13 October 2017

The Washington pub Picture: Google Street View

The Washington pub Picture: Google Street View

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The Washington pub will be hosting a wildlife fundraising event on October 19.

As Wild As, a charity established in 2014, campaign and increase awareness of the need for ethical wildlife conservation programs that address the ever-reducing habitat and the status of endangered species and all wildlife.

The charity aim to help wild animals in South Africa that have become endangered and hunted through science and research, by being on-the-ground and working directly with the teams-in-the-field.

As Wild As are currently working to help orphaned rhinos who’s mothers are killed for their horns in Kwazulu-Natal.

David Oates, As Wild As founder, who lives in North London, often flies out and works with the conservationists in South Africa. He has also volunteered for a number of years in Botswana and Zimbabwe.

The fundraiser starts at 8pm at the Washington on Englands Lane, NW3 4UE. There will be a host of activities, quizzes, and games to enjoy.

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