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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. Just click on the paypal link and click make this recurring (monthly).



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.





 Betty and Gertrude saved from being christmas dinner.

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Betty and Gertrude are two very lucky turkeys that have been saved from slaughter. Both would have been killed for Christmas dinner this December if we had not taken them in.
Betty and Gertrude are very friendly and both have wonderful personalities. Betty (black) is the more confident of the two and loves to run at you for breakfast! Gertrude has befriended one of our ex battery hens and they even perch together at night.

Both will live here on the sanctuary for many more Christmases to come.







Latest News


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Another case of abuse. This beautiful girl (now called Molly) was found today 08/12/16 and brought to us. She is very skinny and has a huge mammary gland tumor. She cannot yet have the operation as she is to ill and will not survive the operation. The worry is that it will spread to her lungs if it hasnt already done so. She needs lots of tlc before she can have the operation to remove the mass. She is very nervous and shows the signs of a dog that has never had any love and has been used for breeding.

Please consider a donation to help us towards the operation that that Molly will need in a few weeks when she is strong enough to go through with it.


 Welcome Timmy the Mule!

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  Timmy the mule came from another sanctuary that could not cope with his cheeky personality and constant fence breaking! Timmy has now found a loving forever home.

13516499_1128414893867126_4709581535597086745_nWe have rescued 7 soay sheep from slaughter. They are slowly intergrating into our flock.

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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.