Hedgehog Champion

Location: Various locations, throughout Suffolk

John Ferguson

The aim of our work in Ipswich is to raise awareness about the threats hedgehogs face and promote easy actions that everyone can take in their own gardens, streets and neighbourhoods. We hope to create a network of hedgehog friendly streets and green spaces across the town and better understand the distribution and ecology of this declining species.

Contact details

If you are interested in becoming a Hedgehog Champion, please contact us:

Email

01473 890089

Hedgehog champions play a crucial role in building our hedgehog network and are using a range of approaches to link up whole streets of gardens with Hedgehog Highways. From writing letters to neighbours, giving talks, running stalls and conducting hedgehog surveys, there are all sorts of ways champions can get involved. 

Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Hedgehog champion resource pack

More hedgehog volunteering opportunities:

Hedgehog survey volunteer

Do you have a garden or green-space in Ipswich that you'd like to survey for hedgehogs? We are looking for volunteers to run footprint tunnel surveys for us across Ipswich - all equipment and training provided. Please email Ali to register your interest: hedgehogs@suffolkwildlifetrust.org