Hadleigh Farm Rare Breeds Centre
The Salvation Army is celebrating after Tommy the tortoise was returned to Hadleigh Farm Rare Breed Centre yesterday after being found in Hockley Woods, five miles away from home.
The Salvation Army’s Hadleigh Farm Rare Breed Centre is appealing to the local community to help in the search for Tommy the tortoise.
The Salvation Army’s Rare Breed Centre at Hadleigh Farm has announced they are extending their opening hours for 2017 ahead of their reopening tomorrow (25 March).
The Salvation Army’s rare breed centre at Hadleigh Farm Estate is putting Essex on the map after being recognised by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust (RBST) as the county’s only approved ‘Conservation Farm Park’.
In this week's News Buzz, Major Anne Read tells BBC News on how The Salvation Army supports hundreds of victims of trafficking in London; MP Jenny Willott met service users and praised Tŷ Gobaith Lifehouse in Cardiff; and our anicam continues to be a hit, as viewers look into the hidden lives of the rare breeds.
In this week's News Buzz, our Anti-Human Trafficking Unit have been supporting trafficking victims following police raids, we launch new ani-cam at Hadleigh Farm to document the lives of rare breeds, and Commissioner Clive Adams takes a dunk in our #FilthyBucketChallenge...
Our Rare Breeds Centre in Hadleigh has launched a video blog to keep visitors in touch with the animals it cares for.