At the end of the day,
with hen crates
washed and
disinfected, barns
swept out and
equipment tidied
away, all that is
needed from a Co-
ordinator is a huge pat
on the back for the
team before heading
home for a hot bath
and cuppa.
And finally this
comment recently
came in from Isle of
Wight Co-ordinator,
Perrin, who along with his wife, Corinne, and two daughters, recently left the
charity after 5 years having helped 3,672 hens onto happy homes:
It has been a wonderful experience for us and the girls have not only enjoyed it,
but have learnt a huge amount too. I have especially enjoyed it and I know we
have successfully rehomed a significant number of girls over the last few years :) !”
Tempted? We are currently looking for Co-ordinators for our Dorset, Isle of Wight,
Norfolk and Sussex teams.
for more information.
Lancashire Co-ordinator, Adele Hall (front left),
with our fab Lancs team
Somerset Co-ordinator Hayley, with team mem-
bers Nikki and Deborah