Budding vets and farriers of the future invited to horse sanctuary’s summer club
PUBLISHED: 14:05 06 July 2019 | UPDATED: 14:05 06 July 2019
Young horse fans can take a peek into the world of Redwings Horse Sanctuary when the charity’s annual summer club for children returns.
Kicking-off on Friday, July 26, Redwings Aylsham, will be hosting fun activity sessions for children aged six to 11 every week throughout the school holidays.
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Andie Vilela, education and campaigns manager, said: "If you're a budding vet or farrier of the future, or if you just love animals, the Redwings Summer Club is a really exciting opportunity to enjoy an exclusive, hands-on experience with our rescued horses, guided by the people who look after them every day.
"We hope as many children as possible will come along to find out more and have some fun."
The Summer Club will provide a taster of what it's like to be a Redwings vet, a field officer, a farrier and even a horse dentist with hands-on activities including giving a rescued pony a mini health check, filling hay nets, making comfy stables for poorly horses and creating enrichment toys for donkeys.
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