© RSPCA Durham & District Branch

Durham & District Branch

(Registered Charity No. 232263)


National Cruelty Line 0300 1234 999

For Cat enquiries: 01388 730248

For Dog Enquiries: 07968341317; 07534 920931

or email ddog@rspcadurham.org.uk

Langley Moor Shop: 0191 378 2645

Framwellgate Moor Shop: 0191 384 4409

RSPCA Durham & District Branch

We are now able to accept donations using PayPal, to make a donation just click on the PayPal Donate button.Submit

Donations using PayPal

We are a separately registered charity linked to the National RSPCA.  Our main purpose is to assist the Inspectors working for the National Charity by looking after animals which come into the RSPCA care. We can also provide limited assistance with neutering and vet costs.

Except for the cruelty line, the numbers are manned by volunteers who are unable to assist with either wild animals or stray dogs; unowned cats may be dealt with on a case by case basis. If a wild animal is hurt you can take them to a vet; for stray dogs contact the local council. If you need to contact a volunteer about a dog you can email ddog@rspcadurham.org.uk and the message will be passed to the dog co-ordinators.

The Branch will be holding an Easter fair on Saturday 19 March from 10.00 am – 2.00 pm. at St. Aidan’s Church Hall, Framwellgate Moor, Durham, with various stalls including Tombola, refreshments Bric a Brac and jumble.

Click here for poster


You can now make a donation through Just giving by clicking on the button below.

See the branch’s latest newssheet on our webpage at Article 1.

National RSPCA looking for Equine adopters and Fosterers

Due to the increasing number of horses coming into the care of the RSPCA we are looking for both adopters and fosterers for equines. If you think you can help please visit the following national RSPCA facebook page.

Langley Moor Charity Shop

See above for photos of the new layout for the Langley Moor shop.  The first is taken towards the new stairs to the upstairs sales area, the second is from the new counter including clothes and bric-a-brac whilst the third illustrates the brand new upstairs sales area awaiting sales items and including the new changing room.

The new, first floor sales area, now stocked, can be viewed below. It is hoped that customers will find the new shop more convivial to browsing and purchasing.

RSPCA Equine facebook page

The Branch is looking for people in the Great North Run to support the Branch for more details click here