Please help us raise money!

Please share this! Please give Suffolk & Essex Small Animal Welfare – SESAW a chance to WIN in the #easyfundraising Black Friday Giveaway! Just visit the competition page and click any of the listed retailers before midnight on Sunday 10th November! Visit: http://efraising.org/Rd5qvpSKKG https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/giveaway/black-friday?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=blackfriday-2019&utm_term=cer74&utm_content=socialshare&origin=sso19&title=

Ollie’s November News

Please share this!Kenneth has been out and about again, this time he met his public at our £1 Sale in Newton Green last month.   As usual, he enjoyed lots of cuddles with the visitors including two cute little girls.   One was the granddaughter belonging to one of our volunteers.   The other was Evie who he Read More …

Kenny’s October News

Please share this!Kenny’s September Blog: There was a relaxed, almost holiday, atmosphere as we drove through Great Bentley last month, on our way to their Village Hall for our Autumn Fair. The mood extended to our event as an Indian Summer sun beat down on visitors arriving “en mass” – a fancy phrase I picked Read More …

Thank you Santander Colchester!

Please share this!“At Santander in Colchester High Street we like to celebrate Harvest by supporting local charities. In 2018 we supported Colchester Foodbank for people and this year wanted to support an animal charity. We chose Sesaw, which is based just outside Colchester, as it is a small animal charity. They have brought us newsletters, Read More …

Kenny’s September News

Please share this!Everyone is exhausted after working in stifling heat to prepare for our Open Day in July. The temperature was back to normal as visitors flowed in, many brought their ex-SESAW dogs to see those who had cared for them. Homemade cakes flew off the shelves and an appreciative audience sang along to well Read More …

Ollie’s August News

Please share this!Where does that dog get his airs and graces?   Kenny asked me to write this month’s news because he is “indisposed” with a bad leg.   Anyone would think he had run the Nayland10K!   Over 900 people did take part and we send them and the organisers a a great big THANK YOU.   By Read More …