Dog show, live music, pony grooming, BBQ, stall holders, face painting and more.
Meet all the animals, including pigs, horses and goats!
Entry on the gate £1 adults, children go free
Two Oaks Pony Sanctuary opened in 2006 as an entirely self-funded project. They offer a safe home for horses, ponies, chickens, ducks, pigs, goats and many other animals. The owner, Carol, pays for most of the upkeep and treatment of these animals out of her own pocket, and with helpful donations from the public. As anyone in animal rescue knows, this is an incredibly expensive and time consuming passion, factoring in the crisis of Covid-19 Two Oaks Pony Sanctuary sadly had to close its doors to the public for two years.
For these two years Two Oaks Pony Sanctuary has continued to take in, rescue and rehabilitate abandoned, abused and unwanted pets from many places – including the large rehoming of many chickens, and the addition of more furry friends who found themselves in need of Two Oaks’ help. Unlike some rescues, Two Oaks do not take any funding from the government, and so every donation, share, and event helps to keep them open and continuing the vital work that they do For the first time since the covid-19 crisis Two Oaks Pony Sanctuary will be re-opening its doors to the public on Sunday 14th August 2022, between 12-4pm.
This event will include a dog show, live music, a BBQ, and many trade stands and stools from local businesses selling an array of products on the day, along with advertising opportunities within the programme on the day.