Perfect Esther

As a member of Visit The Broads I have the opportunity to have meetings at different member’s venues.  A recent meeting was held at Redwings Horse Sanctuary at Caldecott Hall near great Yarmouth in Norfolk.  While discussing Broads business stuff we had the opportunity to listen to the  Redwings folk and the fantastic work they do at their several sanctuaries around the country. To support the work Redwings does Perfect Pamper has adopted a donkey, Esther.  Perfect Esther is being looked after by the staff and volunteers at Caldecott Hall sanctuary.

Esther was rescued from a farm in Amersham when she was just two months old. She was one of a 100 horses, ponies and donkeys living in appalling conditions, some didn’t survive.  Esther’s mum Martha was so thin that she couldn’t even produce enough milk to feed her. Since being saved by Redwings they have both made a full recovery and are two delightful donkeys.

Redwings has a visitor facility at Caldecott Hall, Great Yarmouth, Aylsham near to Norwich and a sanctuary in Essex, near to Epping and Harlow in our operating areas.  They have centres in Warwickshire and Scotland too.

Redwings believe that every horse, pony, donkey and mule has the right to a good life free from neglect. They rescue abandoned, mistreated and neglected animals across the UK, giving them a place to live and providing lifelong care.

As an adopter I get regular updates on my adopted fur baby and I’ll be adding these to my social media pages.

If you fancy a day out while staying in Norfolk, Suffolk or Essex, or any other Redwings locations do give them a visit.  And if you’re near Great Yarmouth Esther would love to see you.

All information about the charity, visitor’s centres and adoption process, here’s the link to the Redwings page.