Fleeces for sale!- click here to find out more about our fleeces - Our sheep must be sheared and buying their fleeces helps the sanctuary.
“Wishing All Our Supporters A Contented Christmas and a Peaceful New Year in 2015"
The Animals and Jan.
Photo by Maria Slough
Thank you all for reading this, for continuing to support the animals and us, and for staying with us during the everlasting battle to keep the animals and birds safe at Manor Orchard Farm. I’m not going to go on about our situation because you will have heard it all before, and it is the festive season, but I will say that negotiations to buy the farm are still ongoing. The price asked for the farm has gone up from £450,000 to £1million in a very short space of time. The very good news is that we have new solicitors acting for us, also a London based QC, who have given us renewed confidence in the outcome, they really do seem very determined to win this very unfair and unnecessary fight for us. Jan.
If you have any queries or questions relating to the eviction please address them directly to Jan Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
This year has been and still is a very busy one so sorry no calendars. Instead we have created a Page Of Remembrance on our website. If you would like to remember a much loved one please send a Jpeg image with a short dedication to email@example.com.
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.
To contribute any of these badly needed items please get in touch with Janet on 01386 832640 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit our Adoption Pages and choose a beautiful girl or handsome lad to send to family, friends or colleagues. Information on How To Adopt is also available here.
Solve your dilemma over cards by buying a pack produced by professional photographer Maria Slough and if calendars are your thing she has kindly produced one of those too - all with photos of the animals and birds at the Sanctuary. Both are full colour, the calendar has 14 pages including one for each month.
For every calendar sold the Sanctuary receives £1. For cards 10% of those sales are received by the Sanctuary.
Calendars are £9-99p for size A4, £12-99p for size A3.
Cards can be bought in sizes A6 or A5 with prices as follows:
Single £2-50p and £3-00p
Pack of 6 £5-99p and £6-99p
Pack of 12 £9-99p and £10-99p
Please follow the link below
Maria’s Book of photos from the Pawtraits Exhibition would make a great present for anyone who loves animals. To see this book with a view to buying please follow the link below:
The animals and birds would like some presents from you. If you live locally carrots, Polo Mints and Rich Tea Biscuits are very well accepted. If you don’t then please send them your unwanted jewellery and old mobile phones or a donation to help with their winter feed bill. These can be made either online via our website or by cheque, please make payable to The Farm Animal Sanctuary and send to us at Manor Orchard Farm, School Lane , Middle Littleton, Evesham. Worcestershire. WR11 8LN, jewellery and mobiles to the same address please.
Don’t forget if you are shopping for presents online you can do this via GIVE AS YOU LIVE also on our website for each purchase the Sanctuary receives a donation, thank you.
SEE PHOTOS from the Farm Animal Sanctuary by MARIA HERE
Would you like to help save the sanctuary AND get hold of a beautiful book of animal portraits by Maria Slough?
View details of Maria’s Pawtraits Exhibition here: www.thepawtraitsexhibition.co.uk
To order a copy of Maria’s book and help raise funds to Save The Sanctuary please visit (and choose the Farm Animal Sanctuary): www.uphotobooks.com/TPE/
“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