one up on Ben Fogle!

Have just found that, thanks to a generous donation from wildlife camera makers HandyKam, I have reached my target on the JustGiving site … now at £503 … raised from my tattooing adventure. And the greatest part? I have shot past Ben Fogle’s £443. I hope that at the next trustees meeting of the British Hedgehog Preservation Society this is noted!

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  1. Gill
    Posted 25 February 2010 at 19:55 | Permalink

    Ben Who?

    Well done the guys at HandyKam and well done Hugh.

  2. Posted 3 March 2010 at 18:39 | Permalink

    Heh heh – nice one Hugh.

    Time for Mr Fogle to do another act of derring-do, methinks…

  3. Will J Jones
    Posted 8 October 2010 at 21:24 | Permalink

    Hi Hugh, So good to hear that you managed to get to your target. Congratulations and I trust the needle didn’t hurt. How odd, as I did get a bird box camera from handykam who I am grateful for their generosity. Wish you all the best and your wonderful campaign. Top marks to you and all the donators Regards Will.

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  • Hugh Warwick is an ecologist and writer with a particular fondness for hedgehogs. His first book, A Prickly Affair, remains the only book to have accolades from both Jeanette Winterson and Ann Widdecombe on the cover. The Beauty in the Beast is published in May 2012 and takes him on a journey in search of other animals. And in November 2012 he returns to hedgehogs with a book about the iconography of the animal.

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