As most of our members are aware through our newsletter, we are now affiliated to the FBH. Please take this opportunity to visit there website. Although the site has only recently been set up and is still under construction, it has valuable information and guidance which you will no doubt find interesting. Additionally, your feedback on the site itself and anything else you feel should be included, will be gratefully received. A FBH forum has also been set up in the last week and it will be linked to the website shortly. Until then, you can access it using the following link:

FBH Website


The Society is not a charity.

The Society is a voluntary organisation.

The group is run by a committee of non-paid personnel who take onboard the duties of the Society in addition to their normal daily jobs. The Society is largely sustained by the income from annual membership fees and from the educational displays at Town And Country Shows. Local Councils have given PRAS grants for specific projects such as the provision of nature ponds in schools and the development of reptile and amphibian trails in woodland.

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:: Monthly newsletters with articles, advertisements and competitions.

:: Participation in local and national conservation projects.

:: Trips to zoological parks (often visiting behind the scenes for discussion sessions).

:: Monthly meetings, with guest speakers.

:: Participation in Town & Country Shows, Corporate 'Fun days' (IBM, Marconi, Southern Electric) and other fund raising events as an education and conservation display.

:: Provision of information on reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates to the public.

:: Offers support to the Police, RSPCA, Her Majesty's Customs and Excise and other Services with advice on exotic and native species.

:: Promotion of captive breeding projects within our society and also with Zoological Parks.

:: Provision of special events for Junior members, our herpetologists of the future.

:: Temporary housing and re-homing of animals on behalf of the RSPCA and other animal charities.

PRAS is not a business, therefore, after costs have been extracted, all of the monies received go directly toward the education and conservation projects that the Society is promoting, not to a proprietor or as salaries.