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13 Jun

Banjo’s Banter May 20

Woo hoo, I’m so happy I could burst. We are finally able to reopen to the public which means I get to see my wonderful fan club again! I’ve so missed you and so have all the other animals and humans here. But before I get carried away with all the excitement, the humans have reminded […]



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13 Jun
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COVID-19 Update

Covid 19 and Social distancing restrictions We are very pleased to welcome visitors and volunteers back onto site.  We want you to enjoy your visit to Hope Pastures so in order to maintain your safety whilst on site please read and abide by the following instructions:- If you feel unwell or have any of the […]



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09 May

Banjo’s Banter April 20

Well, it’s still quiet here at Hope Pastures and although we’re enjoying the nice weather, we’re all missing our volunteers and visitors. We can’t wait to see you again, once it’s safe to do so of course! We did have a very exciting day when Countryfile came to visit us. I’m assured by the humans that you’ll all […]



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11 Mar

Banjo’s Banter March 20

It’s been a fairly quiet February at the sanctuary, well apart from the weather that is, which has been anything but quiet….or even decisive. In between the (what seems like permanent) storms, we’ve had beautiful sunshine, and snow and hail too. I think I’m going to have to start wearing those wellies like you humans […]



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05 Feb

Banjo’s Banter Feb-20

Well, I can’t believe we’re already in February. Time flies! Apparently you humans celebrate something called Valentine’s Day this month and they told me to remind you that there are lots of unusual gifts you can get your loved ones from Hope Pastures. If anyone loves me and fancies getting me a gift, a bag of […]



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05 Jan

Banjo’s Banter Jan 20

Hello and a very happy new year! Well apparently we’re in a new decade. Not entirely sure what that means but did you know that donkeys can live for up to 50 years? Speaking of donkeys, we have a couple of newbies at the Sanctuary: Sandy and Nosey. Well I can see how Nosey got […]



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