Cheshire Horse Sanctuary Ltd

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About Us

What we do:

Cheshire Horse Sanctuary Ltd aims to help as many horses and ponies find a safe haven, whether that be in their care or in a loving forever home, this is achieved through adoption and sponsorship.

This means we are packed. Thanks to you, we've been able to find more and more forever homes for our ponies and horses, paving the way for new animals. Whilst we try and rehome as many horses as possible, some will stay in care with us permanently, and will continue to receive quality  love and care.

 

Our mission and aims:

Like other sanctuaries, our limits are governed by how much land we own, as well as the number of stables and shelters we can provide. Our maximum intake is currently 12, meaning we can safely care for and nurture 12 animals. However, we need your help to expand our reach and care for as many horrses and ponies as possible.

We are currently a 'not for profit' venture and are hoping to expand our services in the near future, this will include the provision of pony parties, workshops and equine assisted therapy utilising the EAGALA model.

It is our pleasure to invite Alan Dawber of Hope Horse Whispering & Rehabilitation onto our team and who is actively supporting the wellbeing of the horses in our care.

 

The team:

Tracy and Graham Brewer 

Tracy Brewer is the Manager of Cheshire Horse Sanctuary Ltd and is a Registered Mental Health Nurse with over 10 years of experience within the field of dementia care. 

Tracy has a lifetime of knowledge and understanding of horses, she has dedicated her entire life to them and their welfare.

Graham Brewer is a time served army veteran with a wealth of knowledge and experience within the regular army and by trade, he is a qualified Chef.

Graham is the Chair of Directors for Cheshire Horse Sanctuary Ltd and he is currently a Staff Sergeant working within the recruitment sector of the Army Reserves.

Meet the rest of the team...

Ann

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Jess

 

Karen

Emma

 

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Emma

 

Andrea

 

Jenny

 

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Michelle

Robert

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Anna

 

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Angela

 

Alan

 

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Val

 

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Liz

 

Our Friends

The LOL Foundation

Listening Out Loud - Life After the Services - Helping Homeless Ex-Forces Personnel

Jill & Andy Dolmon, the LOL Foundation Founders and Trustees, have been tirelessly campaigning for homeless ex-forces servicemen/women since October 2010. Based in Congleton, Cheshire, they have created a sense of community and are the reason their base is known as 'The Little Town With The Biggest Heart'.

 

The LOL Foundation helps members with housing, mental health support and return to work support. They have been allocated housing in Canal Street, Congleton. They are our friends, our mentors, and our inspiration.  We will be combining Equine Therapy to further help those with mental health problems.

 

Keep up the fantastic work LOL!

Animals-Remembered Association

Commemorating Animals In War - Animal Remembrance

Animals-Remembered Association was founded by Mr. Christopher Knight and Ms. Carrie-Anne Dean on March 17th 2010. The mission and aims of this company are to increase public awareness regarding 'Animal Remembrance' for war animals AND by giving people a place where they can remember their treasured pets.  

 

The website has a memorial gallery where people can add their images and memorial messages. ARA ask for a very small donation for this service and the monies generated are donated to animal charities in the North Wales and Cheshire areas.

We are proud to be associated with ARA and we look forward to working alongside them in the future.  

Alan Dawber Hope Horse Whispering

A not for profit organisation - Rehabilitation

Alan is an independent 'Horse Whisperer' animal communicator who offers his services to any horse owner who feels they need to understand and communicate better with their horse or pony.

He also can help with foal handling, handling of untouched horses, will help you back you horse naturally and peacefully if you have difficulty loading your horse, or your horse is not able to listen and understand you he can offer practical advice and help.

We are proud to have Alan as one of our friends, keep up the amazing work!