Monkey Sanctuary

Williams in concert in Cordoba, 1986

Founded in 1964 by Len Williams, father of classical guitarist John Williams, as a cooperative to care for rescued woolly monkeys.

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Looe

Coastal town and civil parish in south-east Cornwall, England, with a population of 5,280 at the 2011 census.

Sketchmap of the East and West Looe Rivers
Example of Elizabethan house in East Looe
The war memorial
West Looe viewed across the river from East Looe
View towards Looe, taken from near Looe Island
Looe RNLI Lifeboat Station
View down West Looe Hill, looking towards the harbour

Inland from Looe lie many camping and caravan sites, as well as the famous Woolly Monkey Sanctuary.

Comunidad Inti Wara Yassi

Bolivian non-governmental organization dedicated to environmental education and the care of sick, mistreated and abandoned wildlife.

Howler monkey under CIWY's care at Parque Ambue Ari
Volunteer dormitory at Parque Ambue Ari
Welcome sign at Parque Jacj Cuisi

CIWY is also supported by One Voice, a French animal rights organization; and The Monkey Sanctuary, a British organization that cares for rescued monkeys.

Seaton, Cornwall

Village on the south coast of Cornwall, England, at the mouth of the River Seaton 3.8 miles (6.1 km) east of Looe and ten miles (16 km) west of Plymouth.

Sketchmap of the River Seaton and neighbouring rivers in Cornwall
Seaton beach
The Seaton valley
The River Seaton meets the sea
A minor road west of Seaton
A bilingual road sign with Seaton in English and Seythin in Cornish.

A Monkey Sanctuary with a colony of woolly monkeys and other rescued primates is two miles to the west.

University of Plymouth Students' Union

Based on the University of Plymouth campus, in the Drake Circus area of Plymouth, Devon, England.

Volunteering opportunities range from mentoring with Cybermentors, helping with upkeep of the Monkey Sanctuary in Looe, Cornwall to helping run projects in a local Plymouth school.

St Germans & Looe Railway

Proposed new railway in Cornwall by the Great Western Railway, providing a direct connection between St Germans and Looe.

"Cornweallas" shown on an early 19th-century map of "Saxon England" (and Wales) based on the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.

The golf course was located between Millendreath and the site of what has been the Monkey Sanctuary since 1964.

Jordi Casamitjana

Vegan zoologist, animal protection campaigner, and animal rights activist.

Fruitlands, a short-lived vegan community established in 1844 by Amos Bronson Alcott in Harvard, Massachusetts

Casamitjana has worked as a freelance animal welfare consultant, undercover investigator and writer, and as an employee of campaign departments of several animal protection organisations, including the Monkey Sanctuary (Wild Futures), the Born Free Foundation, the League Against Cruel Sports, CAS International, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) UK.