- Since 1985- 




Due to the Coronavirus, like many other wildlife centres and zoos, we were forced to close our doors to the public in early Spring. Although we are now open this has had a huge impact on the centres' income.

Most of our funding is generated through visitors to the centre. During a ‘normal’ year the visitor footfall over Spring into Summer, generally generates enough income to cover our operating costs until the following year.​ This year has been very different and we have had to rely on 100% donations to keep the centre operational.

In 30 years, this has been the biggest challenge to our survival. Every small action can generate big results. Your gift will continue to care for sick and injured wildlife.

Your support helps us to provide, a safe home to wild animals and birds. A donation, however small, can make a huge difference.

Find out how your donation can make help


Tucked away at the heart of Trent Park, the centre is home to Spud the pig and Daphne the fallow deer. It is a great afternoon out for the family, offering a chance to learn about UK wildlife.

For adults this is a chance to escape the bustle of urban life in serene surroundings.


If you are looking for a venue for a corporate event, family gathering or child's birthday we offer packages to suit.


We are currently closed to the public; however we are currently taking provisional bookings from the 1st of July 2020 onwards.


If you have found a sick or injured animal, we are here to help.

In an emergency call us on:

T: 0208 344 2785

M: 07970 141282

Call line open 8am - 7pm

Contact Details

Wildlife Rescue &
Ambulance Service (Enfield)

Trent Park, Cockfosters Road

Barnet, EN4 0PS

Charity number 1060452

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