5 May 2014 By Amy De-Keyzer
Legendary Queen guitarist and animal activist Brian May hit the stage at Guildford Cathedral to raise awareness of Britain’s wildlife
Queen guitarist and music legend Brian May rocked the crowds at Guildford Cathedral on Bank Holiday Monday as his second Wildlife Rocks event took centre stage.
The charity event saw musicians including The Troggs, Hawkwind and Katrina Leskanich of Katrina and the Waves hitting the stage to help celebrate wildlife.
Local acts such as NewQuay Times, Elvis Schmelvis and Phil Ram also performed as the sun shone on hundreds of fans.
Local animal, wildlife and conservation charities held stalls at the event and leading animal experts gave talks.
Brian May hits the stage at Guildford – photo GET Surrey
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Windlesham resident and animal rights campaigner Mr [Dr] May, who founded the Save Me charity in 2010, said: “We were hoping [the event] would encourage people to feel at one with their environment and to understand, appreciate and respect the wild animals we have in this country.
“We are learning to respect the lions and tigers and elephants, thank God, but we are still not appreciating the foxes and badgers and all the wonderful other creatures we have in this country, so it is an attempt to make people just look around them, be more aware and start to change the way we behave as human beings.”