Sue has many homeless snakes to look after, but they are ready and willing to work for their keep; they are friendly, non-venomous and non-aggressive. They love to be out and about, keeping company with people. Please book them now so that they can keep their heating on, tummies full and help pay their vets fees.

There is no arrangement with a shop to take in rescues as they come in, all rescues are cared for at the sanctuary until they are deemed healthy enough to be re-homed. If they cannot be re-homed they will live out their lives at the sanctuary.

If you are interested in making a donation to the Sanctuary you can do so via PayPal – Thank You!


There is a £40 administration fee for any corn snake re-homed, although there is a reduction of £10 if two corn-snakes are re-homed together or by the same person.

At Sue’s new home she has a Coach house with upstairs and downstairs so there’s lots more room but it is already almost full, we have 7 corn snakes for re-homing and 1 King snake

Visits to the Sanctuary –  we cannot have visitors at the weekend unless the visit is booked only a few days before. Visitors will be able to handle any of our friendly snakes and take away a photo.

For prices visit our prices page.

We have a two Boa Constrictors that could do with new forever homes but only for seasoned reptile keepers the first is Moses, he can be unpredictable although he has always been handled, the second is Micky she’s fine with Sue but can be unpredictable with other people so needs someone who will love her.


Moses (7)















click to download  Corn snake care sheet


Sue and a few supporters have now set up a voluntary group:

“HERP”  Herpetological Educational Rescue Project – we hope to set up a website separately in the near future.

Sue has managed to spend £30,000 on the new Snake House she’s hoping to get funding through “HERP” to help get the snakes into new vivaria.

Visit our contact page if you would like to get in touch