The British Hen Welfare Trust currently has more than 450 volunteers across the country, but we always need more! There are many different ways you can help, from hosting a re-homing site for us to dealing with admin on the day.
Re-homing days are often long and tiring and take place roughly every four to six weeks – but my goodness are they rewarding. You’ll most likely end up covered in hen poo but you’ll end the day knowing you’ve helped send hundreds if not thousands of hens on their way to a free range retirement.
There are certain areas where we are in desperate need of more volunteers; however we want to hear from volunteers in all different parts of the country. So, whether you’ve got a spare stable and could host a re-homing for us or a van which could help transport hens to their new homes, we’d love to hear from you. Simply fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch.
To find out more, read about each role below.
- Swansea (volunteers and transport): If you live in or around Swansea and have a few hours to spare every four to six weeks, please get in touch. We need general volunteers plus drivers who can tow trailers
- South Wales (host site and volunteers): Do you live in the Carmarthenshire area and have a spare barn or stable? If so you could be our new South Wales re-homing site. Please get in touch. We’d also love to hear from potential volunteers.
- Herefordshire (host site and volunteers): Similarly to South Wales, we need a brand new host site in Hereford (Leominster area) as we are unable to re-home hens in this part of the country at present.
- Monmouth (transport): If you are a driver who lives in or around Monmouthshire and own a long wheelbase trailer that you could tow for us then please get in touch. We are in need of a transport driver to help us collect our hens and transport them to our re-homing point.
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