VegfestUK Brighton March 29th 30th 2014
PEAB 'Work in the Community' Award goes to VegfestUK
over 2000 visitors up on last year!
Dave Spikey to present awards at VegfestUK London in October
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Animal Sanctuaries Stall
This stall is a fundraiser for some of our fave Animal Sanctuaries
Please support them!
Our stall will feature fundraisers and collections and all money raised will be split between our chosen sanctuaries
The importance of an animal sanctuary cannot be overstated. They function on and for many levels. Care for animals that would have otherwise been destroyed and left to die alone. To show that animals of any species are to be treated with equal respect and regard. Create a space to nurture and give a haven for animals that society and industry would have otherwise used and consumed for food or sport. Animal Sanctuaries are such a place where all these things are met and so much more. Find out about our chosen sanctuaries and support their hard work now and in the future years!
We have chosen these sanctuaries because they are special to us and close to our hearts but also because they like so many are struggling financially and greatly need your help to keep them going. We could have chosen many others but you have to go with those that you know are in desperate need and then look to help the others along the way!
Green Meadow Animal Sanctuary provides a safe haven, and the chance of a new life, for animals rescued from slaughter, abandonment or neglect. There are over 150 animals at the sanctuary, including sheep, goats, horses, cats, ducks, geese, chickens and rabbits.
F.R.I.E.N.D. was established in the early 90's to give a permanent home to abused, unwanted and orphaned farmed animals,
so they can live peacefully for the rest of their lives. We currently look after about 150 animals. Pigs, cows, geese, goats, sheep,
chickens, turkeys, dogs, cats, ferrets and a horse are enjoying as natural a life as we can offer, given that we live in the heart of the
Kent countryside, and they are permitted to run freely and communally over the 10 acre site. We welcome visitors and volunteers
Hillfields Animal Sanctuary was founded over 30 years ago byLinda Tudor. It started in a small way with a few waifs and strays, ranging from pets to farm animals. The number of animals at Hillfields has steadily increased and we are now home to a staggering 300 animals, consisting of horses, goats, pigs, sheep, chickens, dogs, cats, ducks, birds and many, many more including an adorable young cow.
The animals at Hillfields have all been rescued from cruelty and neglect or taken in when their owners simply did not want them anymore. Our sanctuary policy dictates that every animal that comes to us, lives out their days here, free from fear of further neglect or cruelty.