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Wood field Animal Sanctuary

Wood field Animal Sanctuary is crowdfunding

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£4,157
raised of £3,000 target by 209 supporters

Weʼre raising £3,000 to Fund Castration , worming and care of ponies on Clyne common

Gower , South Wales
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Today we are very pleased to have returned one of the stallions we took in earlier this year back to his Common. He has been microchipped, passported, castrated and wormed. We will of course be keeping a close eye on him to see how he is getting on with his old friends and if he needs to come back to the Sanctuary for any reason. Helluva Boy as he is affectionately known is a very independent and hardy pony so we feel it appropriate that he is the first pony to be returned.

For some years now we have been working with local people and Dyffryn Tywi Vets to monitor and improve the welfare of the grazing ponies.

We see the ponies as an asset to the Commons both from their use as grazing animals as well as providing interest and pleasure to both the local people as well as visitors and tourists.

It is therefore important to reduce indiscriminate breeding so the health of these ponies does not deteriorate.

We taken in many ponies from Clyne Common ranging from orphaned foals to injured stallions and emaciated mares. These have received any necessary veterinary treatment and been wormed, vaccinated and the stallions castrated. We will be returning many of these ponies to the commons so they can then enjoy a natural lifestyle whilst having their needs met. There are several others stallions who we would like to bring in and later return as well as some colt foals who we will also be castrating. We are very enthusiastic about this project and hope it will solve some of the problems associated with these unowned ponies.

Please support us in whatever way you can as without help from you we cannot help these delightful animals.

For further information please contact

Roberta Bartington on 01792 390455

Please see our FB page for up to date photos and news on Woodfield Animal Sanctuary and our website

https://www.facebook.com/woodfieldanimalsanctuary/

http://woodfieldanimalsanctuary.org

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  • Anonymous

    Anonymous

    Oct 28, 2021

    I wish i could afford to give more. You do so much good. Well done.

  • sian hart

    sian hart

    Oct 1, 2021

    Have been following you for a while and have now set up a monthly payment of £20 to help with your food bills etc.Well done to you - and hope you can keep going xxx

    £20.00

  • Manon Eames

    Manon Eames

    Oct 1, 2021

    Keep it up you are brilliant

    £10.00

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous

    Sep 28, 2021

    I wish i could afford to give more. You do so much good. Well done.

  • sian hart

    sian hart

    Sep 1, 2021

    Have been following you for a while and have now set up a monthly payment of £20 to help with your food bills etc.Well done to you - and hope you can keep going xxx

    £20.00

  • Manon Eames

    Manon Eames

    Sep 1, 2021

    Keep it up you are brilliant

    £10.00

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous

    Aug 28, 2021

    I wish i could afford to give more. You do so much good. Well done.

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Wood field Animal Sanctuary

Wood field Animal Sanctuary

Gower , South Wales

Wood field Animal Sanctuary in North Gower is run by husband and wife Robbie and David along with a team of dedicated staff and volunteers. It is home to over 60 rescued horses and ponies, as well as a large number of cats and dogs.

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