Bransby Horses’ Legacy Case Administrator Wins Crispin Ellison Bursary Award

28th June 2018

Bransby Horses is delighted to announce that its Legacy Case Administrator, Mel Banham, has won a Crispin Ellison Bursary Award. The 2018 Bursary Award will meet the costs of studying for the Certificate in Charity Legacy Administration (CiCLA), plus the cost of a year’s membership of the Institute of Legacy Management (ILM). The bursary aims to…

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Doncaster Group: Roaming Horses Run into a Brighter Future

17th May 2018

In February 2018 a welfare concern was reported to Bransby Horses regarding a group of seven horses in the Doncaster area that were underweight and had no access to food or water. When welfare officers investigated, they also found a stallion in the field and foal that had unfortunately died. The group were identified as…

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LCFC’s Checkatrade Trophy Heads to Bransby Horses

20th April 2018

Visit Bransby Horses on Sunday 29th April to have your photo taken with Lincoln City’s Checkatrade Trophy at the Visitor Centre (10am-2pm) for a suggested donation of just £1 per person. The Imps won the Checkatrade Trophy in front of 27,000 of their supporters despite going into the game as underdogs against a Shrewsbury Town…

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Celebrating Scarlett’s Perfect Match

16th February 2018

Staff and volunteers are celebrating a successful end to stunning Scarlett’s rescue story. Scarlett arrived at the charity in November 2016 with a concerning case of highly contagious respiratory tract bacterial infection, Strangles. The experienced team quickly identified her symptoms which test results later confirmed as the potentially life-threatening condition. In additional to Strangles, Scarlett…

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Pets at Home Raise £1500 for Bransby Horses

15th February 2018

As the chosen charity for Pets at Home, Carlton Centre, Lincoln, Bransby Horses was delighted to accept a cheque for £1591.75. The money was raised through the Santa Paws Scheme during December when shoppers kindly donated at the tills. Bransby Horses is very grateful for the support from Pets at Home, not only for the…

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Half Term Fun at Bransby Horses

10th February 2018

Bransby Horses has a fun filled week planned for February half term that will be perfect for all the family! Perfect Pony Partners, a Valentine’s-themed activity, will run throughout the week for visitors to match equines to their ‘perfect partner’ by using the clues. Entry is £1 per person and you will be guided around…

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Bransby Horses Christmas Lottery 2017 Draw Results

26th January 2018

Order Value Ticket Number Name of Winner 1st Prize £1,500 197180   Mr J Powell Bedford   2nd Prize £1,000 041371   W Knowles Enfield 3rd Prize £500 704072   Ms N Neufeld London 4th Prize £25 195587   Mrs S Reeve Bedford 5th Prize £25 520008   Mrs H Catt Maidstone 6th Prize £25…

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Bransby Horses Celebrates 50th Anniversary

14th January 2018

Bransby Horses celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018 and has some exciting events planned for supporters. The annual Summer, Autumn and Christmas Fayres will still feature in the calendar; however this year the charity welcomes a new event – ‘Proms in the Paddock’. Grab your picnic and a blanket to enjoy an evening of live…

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Belton International Horse Trials’ Course Walk & Cream Tea in Aid of Bransby Horses

2nd January 2018

Belton International Horse Trials has nominated Bransby Horses as its chosen charity for 2018. To celebrate, an exclusive ‘Course Walk & Cream Tea’ ticket offer is available in aid of the Lincolnshire-based equine rescue and welfare charity. Tickets include admission to the Horse Trials on Friday 13th April, a Cream Tea in the hospitality marquee…

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Equivizor Donation Aids Charity Horse’s Sarcoid Recovery

13th November 2017

Equivizor UK has kindly donated a Recovery Equivizor mask to support a rescued resident at Bransby Horses with his recovery from sarcoid removal and treatment. Willem, a four-year-old Welsh cob, had a sarcoid adjacent to his right eye removed by the charity’s Veterinary Consultant and leading sarcoid expert, Jeremy Kemp-Symonds, with CO2 laser ablation surgery…

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Skeletal Shetland Ponies Mark the Start of Winter Welfare Crisis for Bransby Horses

8th November 2017

Equine rescue and welfare charity, Bransby Horses, rescued three Shetland ponies last week from the Nottinghamshire area that were severely emaciated. The rescue coincided with the first of this year’s cold weather and with space already limited at the charity, foster homes are desperately needed for rescued animals to free up more space for intakes…

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New CallConnect Bus Route Puts Bransby Horses on the Public Transport Network

7th November 2017

Bransby Horses was delighted last week when the CallConnect bus stopped by to promote its new route, which includes Bransby village, and to recommend the charity as a destination to their passengers. The CallConnect bus service is designed to meet the needs of modern rural living and help those without their own transport reach more…

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Police Horses Retire at Bransby Horses

27th October 2017

Last week we welcomed ex-police horses, Gainsborough and Saratoga, from the London Metropolitan Police. Due to health issues, they are no longer able to continue with their role and have come to Bransby Horses for their well-deserved retirement. Gainsborough is an 18-year-old, bay gelding who stands at a huge 17.2hh. He was bought by the…

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Bransby Horses Sponsors SEVA Symposium

18th October 2017

Bransby Horses is proud to announce they will be sponsoring the Student Equine Veterinary Association (SEVA) annual Symposium next year at The University of Liverpool. The Symposium will take place on the 26th-28th January 2018 and brings together students from the nine veterinary schools based in England, Scotland and Ireland. The informative programme involves seminars…

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18th October 2017

We are happy to report the roadworks surrounding Bransby Horses are now complete and access has resumed as normal from both ends of Bransby village. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your ongoing support.  

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