Fleeces for sale!- click here to find out more about our fleeces - Our sheep must be sheared and buying their fleeces helps the sanctuary.
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At last, the news we've all been waiting for. Contracts have now been signed, funds have been deposited with our Solicitors and the first payment and completion and should take place very shortly. Following completion the eviction order will be lifted and the animals will be safe. We then have until July 31st to raise the balance owing. Business plans are under way to ensure that this money will be in place. If it wasn't the eviction order would be back in place.This has been a long drawn out procedure which has taken it’s toll on our health and resources. We want to thank everyone for the messages of support, for the fundraising and donations, it has all been really very much appreciated and very worthwhile. Manor Orchard Farm can now continue to offer sanctuary to much neglected farm animals who have so few places to go.
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For a donation of £5 we will be pleased to add your dedication to this page. Please send your donation either via the Every click facility on our website stating in the box what your donation is for, or by cheque made payable to The Farm Animal Sanctuary and sent to Manor Orchard Farm, School Lane, Middle Littleton, Evesham, Worcestershire. WR11 8LN. Thank you.
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“Whoever believes that farm animals can be raised and slaughtered humanely should be here to listen to the constant bleating’s of our neighbour’s ewes. Their lambs have just been rounded up and taken to the slaughterhouse. The ewes have been frantically searching the fields looking for them for days. The lambs will bleat for the whole of the journey, their first, and what will be their last. They will get over it one way or the other, they don’t have a choice.” Janet Taylor