Snakey Sue’s Live Snake Encounters
Snakey Sue is a well known Snake Dancer based in Harwich, Essex, who also has lifelong experience as a Belly Dancer.
Sue runs a Snake Sanctuary for people’s unwanted pet snakes and creates an income for their keep by taking them out to events, educational presentations, photo shoots, etc.
Are you a snake phobic (Ophidiaphobic)? Why suffer? Sue also runs courses for people to overcome their fears.
Conquering your fear is so empowering – people have cried with relief and deep emotion when overcoming their fear and realising how misunderstood snakes are.
Here is a piece by Andy Naylor, previously ophidiaphobic, being cured of his phobia by Snakey Sue
Corporate functions, themed events, private bookings, cabaret shows, nightclubs, photos shoots, TV programs, community events, children’s parties, educational visits to schools, fêtes, snake parties, childrens holiday clubs and team-building.
Sue is a member of Equity which qualifies her for public liability; she has a licence to take her snakes out into the public, and a risk assessment, is a member of the Federation of Small Business. These documents are available on request via email.
Sue is always looking for support and sponsorship for her Snake Sanctuary, there is no funding available for animal causes, private donations and bookings keep the sanctuary running. It costs £6000 per year to run.
All of the rescue snakes are kept at Sue’s home, many people like to come to visit and young people love to help care for them. By relocating we made it possible for more people to visit. Young people learn animal husbandry and social skills by working with Sue and her reptiles – more youngsters can now come for work experience and the animals can continue to be self supporting by generating income.
Sue has worked on all these TV shows as a Belly Dancer, Snake Dancer or Snake Handler: Granada, Anglia, Sky and Cable Live TV, UK Living, BBC’s Eastenders, Channel 4-Red Velvet, Sky Animal Planet-Animal Crackers, Channel 5-feature news, ITV London’s “Kiss Your Boss Good-bye” C4′s – The Salon, C4′s – 3 minute wonder (check it out on YouTube), C5′s – The Wright Stuff, BBC – The One Show, Britain’s Got Talent, BBC’s “Bang Goes The Theory”, South Korean TV, The Alan Titchmarsh Show, Animal Saints and Sinners; there may be others she can’t remember
For more information or to contact me:
Telephone: 01255 722 326 / Mobile: 07715 041846
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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