For more information on any of the above see Ways to help
We now have an Amazon Wishlist. If you would like to buy something specific for the animals, have a look at our list.
We would also like to say A BIG THANK YOU to all of you that have already bought things for us or have donated in any other way!
Money for nothing
Most people buy things on-line these days, whether it’s Amazon, eBay or one of the thousands of other on-line suppliers.
If you buy your presents & gifts through www.easyfundraising.org.uk/ causes/hopepastures it will link to over 2,700 of your favourite sites and every purchase you make will earn money for the sanctuary, without costing you a penny more.
Just think, if we made, say 2%, on every purchase our supporters made on-line how much animal feed and bedding that would buy?
Could you spare some time? We are in need of people to help with the following:
Please note that for stable/yard volunteering we usually need you to be able to commit to at least half a day a week. For all other roles you can volunteer as little or as often as you like.
If you can help, please complete our Volunteer Registration Form and submit it to us. In the unlikely event of any technical problems with this, please email email@example.com. Once we have your form we’ll get in touch with you about the role(s) you’re interested in.
Welcome to the Hope Pastures website.
School holiday activities:
New: Monthly Sales of Tack/Rugs and General Goods on 2nd Saturday of each month starting Mar 14th
What we do… Hope Pastures rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes horses, ponies and donkeys. We also provide the opportunity for people to meet the animals and learn about them and how to look after them.
We are open to the public everyday free of charge 10am to 3pm (2pm in winter). Our visitor centre is open at weekends and bank holidays, with activities for you to do, information, souvenirs and refreshments.
Some of the things we offer:
For more information see our What we do page.
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Hope Pastures would like to thank its website contributors, Sophie Kendrick, Josephine Tanser, Kim Pengelly and Philip Gawthorpe, for their combined effort in bringing you this website.