Please help us in supporting the #HandsOffOurHobby Campaign
Hands Off Our Hobby has been Set-up by the Federation of British Herpetologists to help fight against the very realistic threat to our hobby and to the industry. A petition is being set up by the group which will be filed with Parliament in due course.
The link to the petition is HERE please go and sign and share it wherever you can.
You can Also follow all the updates through @HandsOffRHobby and through our Facebook page
WE HAVE BEEN NOMINATED !!
This year E.S.R.A.S. has ben nominated for Herp Society of the year by The Reptile Report please clink to visit the page and vote thank you.
Hello and Welcome
Hello and Welcome to the completely redesigned 'NEW' E.S.R.A.S. website
There are many sections added to the this new site which include more information about our society and what we do through our new About Us pages. The new Gallery pages feature our past and present shows and events.
Other new sections also added to the site include our new Education section, which contains a vast array of pages about many species that we have within the society and can be seen at our displays and shows.
We also have a new Merchandise page, showing items we have for sale at our events at the moment and new items will be addded to this page as they become available.
Also added is the new Downloads section where you can download Wallpapers, Wordsearches, Crosswords, Dot-to-Dots among other things to do.
You can also visit our Newsletter page and view or download our current newsletter or any back issues whichyou may have missed.
If you are interested in booking us for your event or party head over to our Booking & Prices pagefor details on what we offer and how to book.
Great News the 3rd edition of our Newsletter is out packed with all the latest information and stories from the last few months, so why not download a copy from Here to catch up on what is and has happened with E.S.R.A.S. and what will be coming up in the future.
On Tuesday the 16th of September E.S.R.A.S. attended Middle Street School in Brighton to put on an educational show about animals in the Rain Forest for years 3 and 4, we showed from the small like Cockroaches and Millipedes through to Tarantulas and Scorpions and right up to Boa Constrictors and Reticulated Pythons. A great time was had by all especially the children with lots of facts for them to remember for their classes.