Patrons

We are supported by many well-known Patrons including Jamie Oliver, Jimmy Doherty, Amanda Holden and Kate Humble, and are so grateful to them for helping to promote the work we do.

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Jimmy Doherty

Jimmy Doherty is a huge supporter of the charity and we are so grateful to the help he has given us in raising awareness of hen welfare.

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Harbour & Jones

Harbour & Jones believe passionately in high welfare and have been patrons of the British Hen WelfareTrust since 2009.

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Jamie Oliver

Jamie is an active campaigner for high welfare, high quality British food and became involved in the early days.

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Pam Ayres

"I love the ex-bat ladies I adopted from the British Hen Welfare Trust; they make such rewarding pets and still lay like good ‘uns."

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Amanda Holden

"I used to have some ex-battery hens when I was a child and remember well the sorry condition they arrived in and the pleasure it was to see them"

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Duchess of Richmond

"For me, the BHWT does a fantastic job – they don’t confront or judge, they just encourage and promote their work through positive means."

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Antony Worrall Thompson

"With your help and the wonderful work of the BHWT you can make a difference and help release battery hens from their cages."

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Julia Kendell

"From the moment I took our ex-bat girls home a year ago I have been an ardent supporter of the work of BHWT."

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Philippa Forrester

"Every day the British Hen Welfare Trust transforms lives - and not just those of the chickens!"

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Kate Humble

"I was really impressed with the pragmatic approach of the British Hen Welfare Trust."