An early spring clean could help horses
Equine charity World Horse Welfare is asking any horse insurance customers to have an early spring clean in their houses and to donate any unwanted items in order to try and help raise funds for the organisation.
The firm's Penny Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Blackpool is holding another Rags for Nags event giving the opportunity to have a sort out of unwanted items for a good cause.
Penny Farm visitor centre officer Zoe Clifford said last year the charity managed to raise £765 due to the fantastic generosity of equine insurance subscribers but the centre is hopeful of raising a further £1,000 this time around.
“We appreciate it is a difficult time for people at the moment and Rags for Nags is a great way for the public to really help horses in need without costing them a penny," she continued.
Earlier this week the World Horse Welfare stated its displeasure at the European Commission's Animal Welfare Strategy as it doesn't pay enough attention to horses.