We are delighted to announce that we have now reopened our doors to the public.
Our site will initially be running at reduced hours, open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am until 3pm.
Jo Snell, Our CEO says:
“We are so looking forward to welcoming back visitors to our Bransby site, especially as we have so much outside space for our visitors to enjoy.
“There will be some changes to the normal ways of working for our employees and visitors, as is to be expected. And though petting of our animal residents won’t be allowed, visitors can still enjoy watching our equines at a safe distance whilst walking in the miles of beautiful countryside we have here.”
“We’ve been working hard to ensure that the new hygiene and social distancing measures are implemented in a way that will still allow our supporters to enjoy a fun and memorable visit to our Bransby site. The new Click and Collect café service, our outside café takeaway kiosk and additional visitor welcomers will all help support the extra social distancing measures that have been put in place. We’re all very excited to see all the smiling faces we’ve missed for so long.”
Main Line - 01427 788464 This phone line currently operates Monday to Friday, 10.00am - 2.30pm. If the line is busy or you are calling out of hours, please leave a message. Thank you for your patience and ongoing support.
Welfare Hotline Update - 01427 787369:
Please only use this Welfare line or to report welfare issues or to seek equine support
This phone line currently operates Monday to Friday, 8.30 am – 4.30 pm.
We’re very aware that there are a lot of worthy charities asking for help from their supporters at the moment. The truth being, as most will know, that the pandemic that has drawn our country to a halt has affected many thousands of businesses and charities.
Unfortunately, Bransby Horses is no different. We have estimated that our charity will have lost £350,000 since the lockdown and up until the end of June 2020.
If the disruption lasts longer, clearly we will be further affected.
As so many charities are understandably asking for support, we want to ensure we are being sensitive when we ask for help at this challenging time. So we have come up with an idea which we hope won’t be too financially demanding on our supporters whilst helping Bransby Horses Keep On Keeping On.
Read more on how you can enjoy our campaign and get involved... There are many ways you help us Keep On Keeping On, including:
Making a donation or purchasing items on our Amazon wishlist:
2020 Lottery News:
Following the government restrictions placed upon our teams by the Covid-19 Pandemic we will be moving back the date of our June 2020 lottery draw.
Our lottery draw will now take place on 24 August 2020.The tickets which will be sent out with our Spring / Summer 2020 Bransby Life will be entered into this August draw. The results of this draw will be published in our news section.
If you would like to start entering our lottery draws, simply sign up to our free Bransby Life magazine. If you sign up, you’ll be sent the next edition this winter 2020 in which lottery tickets will be within, for you to purchase. Full details of how to do this will be included on the tickets.
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