Equine charity invites visitors

By: Horse Deals


Equine charity invites visitors
Equine charity invites visitors
HorseWorld, the Bristol-based charity which saves the lives of neglected and mistreated horses, ponies and donkeys, will celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2010.

In a bid to encourage more visitors, it has launched an initiative halving the price of admission for the month of January.

Julie Scarrett, HorseWorld's marketing assistant, said: "We know that January is traditionally a hard time for many people. By offering half price admission, we hope to encourage more people to venture out this month and meet some of the animals we have rescued in the past year.

"A day out at HorseWorld represents even greater value for money in January and every penny that is spent by visitors will continue to make a real difference to animals in need."

HorseWorld's visitor centre is open five days a week, from Wednesday to Sunday, from 10am to 4pm.

HorseWorld is responsible for the care of nearly 500 equines, giving them the safe and happy futures they deserve, free from pain or neglect.

The visitor centre allows the public to meet some of the recovered animals and learn about animal welfare.

It is home to rescued horses, donkeys, hens, ducks, goats, ferrets and Portia the pot-bellied pig. Funds raised from the visitor centre are used to help pay for the charity's work.

For further information visit www.horseworld.org.uk