Celia Hammond
Celia Hammond
Celia Hammond was a model in the 1960s, and has since become known as a campaigner against fur and for neutering of cats to control the feral population.
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Won't somebody love us? Britain's cats are being abandoned in record numbers ... - Daily Mail
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Like so many of the cats around me, Major was abandoned by his owner and left to the care of the Celia Hammond Animal Trust (CHAT) in East London. This cat and dog rescue centre, opened by the former Vogue model in 1986, receives 30 or more calls a day
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UNDA defends intellectual freedom over Monckton - TheRecord.com.au
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UNDA Vice Chancellor Celia Hammond said the university hosted Lord Monckton, a former adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, in fidelity to Pope John Paul II's Apostolic Constitution on Catholic Universities to be “immersed in human
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Go where I cannot go, transform the world and bring it to Christ: Hickey - TheRecord.com.au
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Archbishop Barry Hickey walks through the streets of Fremantle with University of Notre Dame Australia Vice Chancellor Celia Hammond prior to his address on 7 June. Photo: Fr Robert Cross The title of this talk, The Church and the Modern World,
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Animals left for dead after neighbours reported concerns - Camden New Journal newspapers website
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Lesley Mills, from the Celia Hammond Animal Trust, said: “One baby rabbit was dead, one turtle had died, and there was a hamster who was deaf and had his eyes swollen to the point of blindness. The animals had nothing to eat and nothing to drink
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Celia Hammond
  • 2006
    In 2006 it was reported that she was in trouble with Newham London Borough Council as a result of owing thousands of pounds of parking fines.
    More Details Hide Details The fines were picked up while she was parking outside the Celia Hammond Animal Trust's Canning Town clinic in order to deliver sick animals for treatment.
  • 1986
    In 1986 she founded the Celia Hammond Animal Trust with the aim of opening a low cost neutering clinic to control the feral animal population.
    More Details Hide Details The first of these clinics opened in Lewisham in 1995, a second opened in Canning Town in 1999 and a third is planned to open soon in Chatham, Kent. In addition to neutering animals, the clinics also help to rescue and rehome animals.
  • 1968
    Celia had a long relationship with the guitar master Jeff Beck around 1968~1986.
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