The British Hen Welfare Trust, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, is appealing for kind-hearted members of the public in the Bristol area to contact them now, ahead of their re-homing day on Saturday 3rd January, if they’ve been thinking about re-homing some ex-bat hens.
PRESS RELEASE – 3-04-2014 A Storrington resident has taken part in a fundraising challenge as well as writing a murder mystery novel to raise funds for the British Hen Welfare Trust (BHWT). Martin Standen, his wife Debbie, their son and four rescue hens live in the village where Martin loosely based his novel ‘A Question […]
The British Hen Welfare Trust is asking us to think about the commonly eaten egg a little differently this Easter.
John Melbourne from Tadworth is running the London Marathon dressed as a chicken to raise money for the British Hen Welfare Trust.
PRESS RELEASE – 22-01-2014 Taking the time to hatch innovative ideas for daily tweets and Facebook posts has paid off for South Molton based national hen charity, the British Hen Welfare Trust, who were announced the clear winners of the 2013 GrowMyCharity Charity Social Media Award and presented with a £500 donation and trophy on […]
Lucky Lancashire hen ‘Daisy May’ became the 400,000th hen re-homed by the British Hen Welfare Trust on Saturday.
Allesley-based team of the British Hen Welfare Trust, has reached an important milestone with its 100th hen collection.
PRESS RELEASE – 19-11-2013 Hen-keeper Leanne Preston from Congresbury in North Somerset, came home to an unusual note from her postman on Saturday. The postman, who clearly has a great sense of humour, had filled in the ‘Something for you’ card, which read: “Saw your chicken escape through the hedge to the side of the […]
Household name Kate Humble, famed for Springwatch and her latest project, Volcano Live!, has become a patron of the British Hen Welfare Trust.
Dig out your pancake recipes and take part in our Free Range Friday fundraiser.