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A standing order of £2.00-£3.00 per month would be a great help towards feed, bedding and treatment for our animals.

Any donation big or small is a help and much appreciated.



Fund Appeal


With 5 cows, 10 horses, 12 pigs, 20 sheep, 7 goats,  20 rabbits, and wildlife to look after you can imagine the cost of food, hay and vets bills for all of these animals throughout the year.  We relie entirely on the kindness of public donations to keep the sanctuary going.

Any donation big or small is a help and much appreciated. Thank you 

Brook Farm Animal Sanctuary


Our mission

Brook Farm Animal Sanctuary is dedicated to caring for animals. To rescuing them from cruelty, hardship, and  neglect. To ensure they live out the remainder of their natural lives in the optimum physical and psychological comfort. Rehoming them when possible but always overseeing their care. We have a non destruct policy except on veterinary advice and where all else has failed.

Our Animals

In some instances, where the animals have special needs, very old, or have personality disorders, we guarantee them care and protection, as well as a home with us for the remainder of their lives. Animals we deal with include the following but are not limited to: dogs, cats, rabbits, horses, ponies, goats, sheep, pigs, cows, chickens, guinea pigs, hedgehogs, all kinds of wildlife etc.

We are not open to the public, but do welcome visitors to come and meet our animals by appointment.



Its that time of year again! Time to bring in the hay for our many animals. We spend £160 a week just on hay and that's through the summer. We are down to our last few bales and now its time to get our trailer out and collect 1000 bales to get us through until winter. Bales cost £2.50 each. Any donations big or small would be a wonderful help and greatly appreciated towards our hay bill. You can donate through our website  send a cheque or set up a standing order for just £3 a month. Thank you. This month the sheep have been sheared. Poor Gatsby and Bruno didn't recognise each other. Molly and Doug and not forgetting Wendy the sheep, have joined the big cows in their paddock. Poor Wendy now thinks she's a cow and lovingly follows Molly everywhere!








Latest News




  This stunning boy, now named Gizmo was abandoned in a farmers field. He was in danger of being killed if a place was not found for him. We collected him this morning and he was surprisingly keen on getting into our horse box. He is now safe on the sanctuary and will have a visit from our vet and farrier soon. He is lame on one side and will need castrating. Any donations towards his care would be gratefully received. Castration will cost around £200 and we do not know how much it will cost to treat his lameness. Thank you to Becky Steers for looking after him for the few weeks he was abandoned out in the farmers fields.


            Cow barn complete!

 WHAT A WONDERFUL SIGHT! After two years of working on the cow barn project it is finally finished hooray! Mark and Luke were first to explore their new bedroom. Even Molly and Doug have joined the big boys in their new home. Topsy and Millie were a little concerned at the size of their new neighbours. You will be able to see them in their new barn on our next open day which will be in September, date yet to be published.





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Any animal feed you can donate would be greatly appreciated and a huge help.

Tombola and Raffle Prizes Needed

We need donations of tombola and raffle prizes please to go towards our next open day. 


Donations of cat food please for our many ferals and Cattery cats.