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HorseWorld help young people to 'Discover' their future

Josh a 16 year old from Bristol is living proof that by bringing horses together with vulnerable young people lives can really be changed.

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Shock as over 100 suffering horses put to sleep and a further 300 rescued

Charities joined forces and worked side-by-side to safeguard the future welfare of more than 400 horses at a location between Bridgend and Llantwit Major in the Vale of Glamorgan this week.

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"A student-a-day" landmark reached as Discovery's popularity soars

As 2012 ends, staff at a leading Bristol-based animal welfare charity celebrate having doubled the number of students attending Discovery: a ground-breaking project which uses horses to help young people with emotional, behavioural and learning issues.

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Cheers to Wadworth as they donate £3,000 to support HorseWorld

On Tuesday 3rd December HorseWorld Managing Director Mark Owen was handed a cheque for £3,000 from Charles Bartholomew, the Chairman and Managing Director of the brewery which opened in 1875.

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Record Numbers of Visitors Show Support for Charity at Christmas Carol Concert

What a wonderful way to spread festive cheer, singing loud for all to hear. HorseWorld's annual Carol Service raised spirits and vital funds for the 61st year running.

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Local council Vice Chairman honours young people with special awards

Bath & North East Somerset Vice-Chairman Cllr Rob Appleyard visited HorseWorld to congratulate the latest group of young people to successfully complete a ground-breaking course which uses horses to help young people, some of whom have emotional, behaviou...

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HorseWorld's project for young people with physical or emotional disorders celebrates opening of new office base

Staff at a leading Bristol-based animal welfare charity are celebrating the opening of new office facilities housing a ground-breaking pilot project which employs horses to help young people with emotional, behavioural and learning issues.

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HorseWorld's project for young people with physical or emotional disorders celebrates opening of new office base

Staff at a leading Bristol-based animal welfare charity are celebrating the opening of new office facilities housing a ground-breaking pilot project which employs horses to help young people with emotional, behavioural and learning issues.

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HorseWorld submits planning application for new visitor centre

Proposals significantly changed in response to community feedback One of the Bristol area's most popular visitor attractions HorseWorld has now submitted a planning application for its proposed new visitor centre.

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Legendary horse whisperer visits local horse charity

On Thursday 24th October, Bristol-based equine welfare charity, HorseWorld were paid a visit by legendary 'Horse Whisperer' Monty Roberts and his distinguished UK protégé Kelly Marks.

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Rehabilitated pony finds a new purpose in life helping to rehabilitate young people

A Shetland pony rescued and rehabilitated from horrific neglect in 2011 is now helping to rehabilitate young people with emotional, behavioural and learning issues.

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The Goat Escape

Animal welfare charity HorseWorld Trust, based in Whitchurch, Bristol has a new resident. Gary the Goat who was found roaming around the centre of Bath will now be a permanent resident at HorseWorld's visitor centre.

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Nine-year-old holds charity fundraiser

A nine-year-old girl has raised money for a rescued pony at local equine charity HorseWorld, by holding a fun day at her home in Bradley Stoke, Bristol.

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Fears are faced as supporters raise money for charity

Supporters of the Bristol-based animal welfare charity HorseWorld faced their fears as they abseiled 100 feet down St Michael's Church Tower, Dundry, to help raise funds for the charity's Discovery Courses.

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Council Chairman and England Rugby player open charity classroom

Councillor Neil Butters, Chairman of Bath & North East Somerset Council (B&NES) and Lee Mears, former Bath and England Rugby Player were invited to animal welfare charity HorseWorld on Tuesday 24th September to unveil a new Classroom, and Boot Room for...

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