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Thank you for all your hard work. I want to come and visit you soon.

Do you have a Facebook page? It's a great way to raise awareness and funds.

See you soon

:D


Added: March 22, 2013
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Dear Carole,

Thank you for all you do, you are a true guardian of our dear friends, woolly, feathered or otherwise,

I just want to say thank you, too, for giving my family and I the chance to adopt Shaun, Wallace and Mandy (June is never-forgotten, God Bless Her:)x) As I say, it is a pleasure to be a tiny part of the FARS Virtual Family :)

I wish for everyone at FARS, woolly or otherwise, a happy and prosperous year. Here's to the Sanctuary, all the Animals, to you yourself Carole, Salvi, Janice, Pete and all the team - Cheers to you all.

Much Love,

Frances x


Added: January 27, 2013
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What a joy to find such wonderful people looking after our beautiful friends.
I fully and wholeheartedly share your love and compassion for animals, especially farm animals who are the most abused and disrespected unfortunately due to human greed.
I love the work that you do and wish I could do the same, there is the need for more of us to look after our beautiful friends and protect them from harm.
Thank you for doing such wonderful kind work
Much love
Pina


Added: December 7, 2012
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I've been a long time & proud supporter for your sanctuary. Thank goodness for the likes of Carol & Salvi whose lives are a testimony for compassion to animals. p.s. I still have a wonderful 'sloppy jo' sweater from Brian's wool !

Added: October 14, 2012
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I love farm sanctuaries. I am looking for some nice ones to visit when I come to England next year.

Admin reply: Hi Caroline, You would be very welcome to visit Woolly Park and our 400 farm animals. Normally visiting is restricted to Members of FARS as it is very much a 'working sanctuary' and does not have the facilities and staff for the general public to visit. As our sanctuary is located near Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeares birthplace, the Royal Shakespeare theatre,
historic Warwick Castle and many ancient pubs there are lots of other attractions in the area. Please let us know in advance if you decide to visit.
Thank you for your interest and hope you enjoy your visit to the U.K. Best regards, Carole and team x


Added: July 27, 2012
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We've just celebrated our 7th wedding anniversary. The traditional gift of wool seems to us to encompass woolly animals, so adopting Timothy made perfect sense. :D

Admin reply: Happy Anniversary Linda and Mel and thank you for your kind support. Carole x


Added: June 19, 2012
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Hi, I'm only 12 but I'm doing a special english project all about this stuff and happened to stumble across your website and I think that you are amazing, you are doing such a great thing. You are such an inspiration to young people like me and I'm sure most people will be very proud of what you are doing. Keep up the good work.

Lots of love,

Olivia.

* * * :)

Admin reply: Thank you so much for your lovely message Olivia and good luck with your project. Carole x (Sanctuary founder)


Added: June 10, 2012
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Hi I came across your website browsing local rescues, within the Warwickshire-West Midlands. I left school in 1988, worked on a farm learning animal husbandry. Where can you go to do this now? It's sad that the farming industry has been destroyed over the years. If the government keep building on our green lands, these are areas that will cost millions to recover (impossible). Though at the same time empty fields/land, gives the government every excuse to say let's build here!
Animals deserve the right to a healthy, natural living environment. The meat trade is never going to go away, otherwise so will our farm life expire.
I volenteer at a local small rescue in Coventry (Non profit also). It is places like this, that take in the animals, that the more advertised profit making organisations refuse, when they are full!! We don't have staff, just people who give a damn!
Well done with your wonderful little farm and give us a shout if you ever need help with milking goats!


Added: April 18, 2012
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Hello

What a wonderful charity you've set up here. We've just rescued 21 ex battery farm hens via the BHWT and it's been one of the most rewarding things we've ever done.

Many of them were feather-bare when we got them but over a period of a few weeks they have become real free-range stunners! They have complete run of our garden and it's wonderful to watch them scratch around, having sand baths and soaking up the sun on a lovely day. They all have their own characters and are an absolute joy to have around.

We are looking into increasing our farm animals as we further adapt our garden to accommodate them.

Many thanks for all your wonderful work.


Added: March 29, 2012
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Hello,
Enjoyed looking at your website, which I found via a link on your Facebook page.

Have 'spoken' to Janice via email and now adopted Frank the Cockerel!

I run an Essex based supporter group for the charity Compassion in World Farming, and farm animal welfare is my passion.

Best wishes to you all and the animals * * *


Added: March 7, 2012
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