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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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Discovery offer free interactive taster sessions

The Discovery Team are offering free interactive taster sessions for anyone interested in finding out more about the Discovery programme. These sessions are aimed at Teachers, TA's SENCo's, carers, parents, nurture groups and others working with young pe...

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HorseWorld to host alternative therapies day

Animal welfare charity HorseWorld are offering a unique opportunity to learn about complementary and alternative therapy techniques at a special all-day event on Saturday 5th October.

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Hands-on horse care for B&NES Chairman

The Chairman of Bath& North East Somerset Council learnt some basic horse care techniques when he met students taking part in a ground-breaking educational course at HorseWorld...

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Small animals to make a big impression at HorseWorld

Staff at a Bristol based horse rescue charity are urging visitors to take advantage of an ideal opportunity to talk to local pet care experts. On Saturday 12th October, those visiting HorseWorld in Whitchurch will have the opportunity to meet a range of...

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Riding side-by-side on roads: Charity urges patience and explains why it happens

Staff at West Country based charity HorseWorld is urging motorists to be patient when coming across horses riding side by side on roads. The charity wants to help road users understand why riding two abreast is so common and why it is so vital for you...

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Supporters to scale the heights for HorseWorld

Bristol-based equine rescue charity HorseWorld is looking for fearless volunteers to abseil down St Michael's Church Tower, Dundry, on Sunday 29th September to help raise funds for the charity's Discovery courses.

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Discovery courses with horses launches new term programme

As the new school term begins, parents, carers and schools are being invited to take advantage of ground-breaking 'Discovery' educational courses that employ horses to help young people...

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Do you know this goat?

Gary the goat was taken into custody in the early hours of Saturday morning when he was found straying in the centre of Bath. He was then taken to HorseWorld where he has been given temporary accommodation.

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Youngster donates all of her birthday money to help rescued pony

A nine year old girl has donated all of her birthday money from family and friends to help a pony in a local rescue centre.

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Racing legend backs horse rescue charity

Former steeplechase jockey, author, BBC commentator and presenter Richard Pitman has this week become an Ambassador for Bristol-based animal welfare charity, HorseWorld.

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HorseWorld supporters donate tack to help raise funds for rescued horses

Equine rescue charity, HorseWorld's charity tack shop are holding a two day sale on 17th and 18th August at 10am till 2pm to raise the much needed funds to support their rescue work and pay for the animals in their care.

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Fancy-Pants gets a fancy new home

A horse who was taken in by a rescue charity when her owner was terminally ill has now found a loving home to live out her twilight years.

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HorseWorld attempts to save pony with horrific injuries

The RSPCA are appealing for information after a pony was found dumped with horrendous injuries in Winterbourne near Bristol. The 18 month old colt died just three days after rescue. Watson, as he was later named by HorseWorld, was found on 8 June in a...

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HorseWorld\'s relief at conviction of South Wales horse trader

Equine rescue charity HorseWorld has expressed relief after a horse trader believed to be responsible for up to 2,500 horses was convicted of causing unnecessary suffering to 18 horses by magistrates in Cardiff.

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