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18 Mar
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COVID-19 Update

In order to safeguard our staff, volunteers and members of the public, we are temporarily shutting the sanctuary to visitors with immediate effect.

Our horses, ponies and donkeys will continue to require care during the coronavirus outbreak and we are taking this step to try to ensure the welfare of our team and them.

Thank you to you all for your understanding.

We receive no funding from the Government or public bodies, relying totally on your support and donations, and this decision will impact on our income, but welfare is our priority. We hope that, if you can, you will continue to support us during this period.

Today we have Mr Calm (aka Sago), just eating his hay and carrying on. We can’t quite ‘carry on’ as normal right now, but we can definitely keep calm and do what we’re asked to help us get through this period.

Keep safe everyone …… or even, keep everyone safe.

“We are asking people to come together as a nation by staying apart from each other.” Leo Varadkar might have said it, but it’s true for every nation right now.

COVID-19 UpdateIn order to safeguard our staff, volunteers and members of the public, we are temporarily shutting the sanctuary to visitors with immediate effect. Our horses, ponies and donkeys will continue to require care during the coronavirus outbreak and we are taking this step to try to ensure the welfare of our team and them.?Thank you to you all for your understanding.We receive no funding from the Government or public bodies, relying totally on your support and donations, and this decision will impact on our income, but welfare is our priority. We hope that, if you can, you will continue to support us during this period. We’ll be posting regular updates about what’s going on on site, so make sure you ‘follow’ us if you’re missing your pony ‘fix’.Today we have Mr Calm (aka Sago), just eating his hay and carrying on. We can't quite 'carry on' as normal right now, but we can definitely keep calm and do what we're asked to help us get through this period??Keep safe everyone …… or even, keep everyone safe. "We are asking people to come together as a nation by staying apart from each other." Leo Varadkar might have said it, but it's true for every nation right now.

Posted by Hope Pastures on Wednesday, 18 March 2020


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