Animal Aid is one of the world’s longest established animal rights groups, having been founded in 1977. They campaign peacefully against all forms of animal abuse and promote cruelty-free living. Their vision is a world in which animals are no longer harmed and exploited for human gain, but allowed to live out their lives in peace

Animal Aid train volunteer school speakers who give hundreds of school talks and cookery demonstrations every year, educating young people about kindness to animals. They produce innovative resources for schools, including DVDs, lesson plans and worksheets and also provide a range of resources on cruelty-free living that are designed specifically for young people.

Several of our local activists are trained speakers for Animal Aid and can usually give free school talks and run activity sessions on topics such as:

animal rights / animal welfare



animal experiments / vivisection

factory farming

hunting and other bloodsports

the fur trade

the badger cull

animals in war

pet care

Sessions are tailored to students of all ages, from Year 1 through to sixth form.

This service is free, although payment of expenses is appreciated.

If you would be interested in a presentation please email

Full details are available HERE.

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