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Welcome to the RSPCA Bromley & District Branch

The RSPCA Bromley & District Branch is an independent registered charity (no 210632).  The Branch was established in 1897.  Our Branch area covers postcodes:

BR1, BR2, BR3, BR4, BR5, BR6, BR7 and TN16 (3)

We are a Branch of dedicated volunteers working from home in our spare available time.  We rely totally upon the good will of donations & legacies and fundraising efforts to help the animals within our Branch area, including those of the main RSPCA’s Inspectorate.   Please see our DONATIONS page.

Our activities include:

  • Helping people on government benefits or low income with the vet care and neutering of their pets through local private veterinary practices.  Please see our HELP & ADVICE page
  • Helping animals who have suffered abuse & cruelty by helping them find good kind homes which they deserve.  If you wish to provide a loving and secure home to an animal please see our ADOPTION page
  • Promoting microchipping of animals
  • Running neutering and microchipping initiatives within the Branch area.  Will appear on our EVENTS page
  • Pet advice and guidance.For detailed information on how to care for your pet and other animal welfare matters please see the main RSPCA web site www.rspca.org.uk
  • Home visits for the Branch, other RSPCA Branches and the main RSPCA’s Animal Centres
  • Attending EVENTS within the Branch area to raise funds and to promote awareness of welfare of animals and the Branch

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