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Monday morning and all our little girls are roaming around - Sandie Hen is off exploring as usual, often found up the track heading into the pony field. She is such a chatty, independent and very inquisitive hen.
Happy Monday 🙂💚🌱
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LATEST NEWS & EVENTS

Read about the latest news and events that have been happening at Dean Farm Trust – don’t forget to check out our social media channels for news and announcements of forthcoming events.

Below are the six most recent news & events stories from all the news & events categories (click the button ‘Show more’ if you’d like to read older articles), if there is a specific news & events category you’d like to read about, click on one of the links below…

» Betty’s blog
» Events
» Golden Girls
» Inspirational Stories
» Open Days
» Pig Rescue
» Run for Freedom

We are delighted to be The Vegan Cakery’s chosen charity of the month – to have the support of this highly ethical business is fantastic....

Hello! I’m Sam and have been volunteering for Dean Farm Trust for a few weeks now and I'm loving every minute! I’ve been vegan for four years and in January, I decided I needed to be more active and volunteer...

Our beautiful Turkey Tina has hit the headlines, she has written a letter of thanks to Dean Farm Sanctuary for rescuing her which has been published in a UK Magazine....

We are delighted that over the last few months an increasing number of supporters are fundraising for our sanctuary. We are a registered charity and as trustees we do not take a wage, all our time is free and we...

We are delighted to be opening the sanctuary for visitors this festive season – what better way to celebrate than to bring Christmas lunch to our animals. Brocolli, sprouts, swede, carrots, apples, pears will be greatly received....

With over 1000 visitors, our August Sanctuary Open Day 2018 was a fantastic event. Many people travelled from all parts of the country to come and spend the day with us, along with great support from the local community....