Braintree district: Honorary degree for animal charity's chief executive (From Braintree and Witham Times)
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Braintree district: Honorary degree for animal charity's chief executive
9:00am Saturday 15th September 2012 in News
An animal welfare campaigner has been awarded an honorary degree.
Jeremy Hulme, of Hedingham Road, Gosfield, has been chief executive of the Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad (SPANA) for 21 years.
He was awarded the degree by the University of Essex’s Writtle College in recognition of his services to improve animal welfare standards abroad.
SPANA provides free veterinary treatment for working donkeys, horses, mules and camels in some of the poorest countries in the world.
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