You can help Remus Horse Sanctuary in so many ways…
Welcome to Remus Horse Sanctuary! We believe that together, with your help, we can all make a difference and bring an end to horse cruelty. The horse welfare crisis in the UK has been escalating for many years and we want to ensure that, in future, no animal is born to die. We hope you like what you see here and look forward to welcoming you to our family!
Sue Burton, Founder
Here comes Autumn…
Posted 17th September 2018
The nights are drawing in, the stubble fields have been ploughed back over and the winter rugs are coming out of storage…yes, summer is officially over! But what a great summer it was with wall-to-wall sunshine and record temperatures – we can’t complain, can we? Unfortunately the unusually hot temperatures and long dry spells meant […]More...
Pass On Something Wonderful
Posted 10th September 2018
How can we protect more horses from neglect in the UK? This week Remus is joining forces with 200 other charities up and down the UK to launch Human – the world’s first charity-powered search engine. The activity is part of Remember A Charity Week, 10-16 September, which sees hundreds of charities come together to […]More...
Look out for the Human Search Engine
Posted 3rd September 2018
What does the future hold? We are proud to be one of 200 charities working towards a better future. Discover the answers to the world’s biggest questions on 10 September at HumanSearchEngine.org #HumanSearchEngine. Take a look at the web page here to find out more and look out for our next blog on the 10th for the […]More...
Raise free funds for us with your Back to School purchases
Posted 1st September 2018
Did you know that you can raise free funds for Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary when you shop for the new school year via Give as you Live? This term, whether you’re buying school uniform, stationery or sports gear, please shop via Give as you Live and raise money for us, at no extra cost to you. Treat the kids […]More...
Join us for a lovely enjoyable afternoon at the Sanctuary. Come and relax with friends and enjoy your tea, which […]
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Join us for our last Open Day of 2018 on Sunday 7 October from 1pm until 5pm. Download our poster to […]