Patron: Martin Shaw
Hay Shortage Looms...
Following last winter’s extremely wet winter, came a prolonged hot dry summer which caused a severe shortage of grass. While many struggled to provide their animals with sufficient grass during the summer, our animals are fortunate to graze on marshlands which continued to produce grass even through the long dry spell. This meant we didn’t have to supplement them with extra hay. However, we are very very concerned about the coming winter and predicted hay shortages. These have already seen the price of an average small bale rise from £4 to £5.
If you would like to donate hay for our rescued animals (without receiving a certificate)
PLEASE CLICK HERE
Or, if you would like to donate hay as a 'Gift in Lieu' please click the banner below...
UPDATE - Then and Now...
Recently Rescued Horses at Hillside
Above - Mandy as she was rescued with a herd of horses which came to us from a stray horse pound in April and below, shows her at Hillside fully recovered after receiving lots of TLC
Reason for Sanctuary
Above - Jess as she arrived with us earlier in the year, in a very poor condition.
You can see her below as she looks now.
Please click here to read our previous email 'Reason for Sanctuary'.
Our New Christmas Cards are Here...
Hillside 2018 Christmas Cards are now available - 5 designs in pack of 10 just £4.95
Please Click Here for Cards, 2019 Calendars and Gifts
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Thank you so much for your support...
Hillside Animal Sanctuary
Hill Top Farm
Hillside Animal Sanctuary is home to 2000 Rescued Horses, 480 Rescued Cows, 2000, Ponies and Donkeys, 600 Sheep and Goats, 300 Pigs and lots of other rescued animals and birds.
Regular Monthly Donations are a Lifeline for our Animals...
We are extremely grateful to supporters who have kindly pledged regular donations to us by Direct Debit or Standing Order. If you do not already help us in this way, please consider donating a small amount each month. This will help guarantee that our rescued animals can continue to enjoy the happy, healthy life they so deserve.