Gaynor Davies, our Logistics Co-ordinator, went up to Scotland to help ensure the day
went smoothly. Gaynor could not have been made more welcome and confirmed the new
team were a pleasure to work with, and all had gone to plan. The farmers had been most
helpful in loading the birds with us, and the day was rounded off beautifully when
journalist, Kirsty Mcluckie – yes that really is her name – completed a six hour round trip
along with her mum, Jill, making a day of it. Kirsty was so smitten with her hens, she
kindly wrote a super article about the charity in Weekender magazine, spreading the
word. Perfect!
Another flock of lucky hens came out in
September and our next hen collection is
scheduled for January 2014, so if you
would like to book some hens early please
contact us at
The birds
are coming out in beautiful condition too, so
don’t worry, they’ll be well equipped for the
Scottish winter, providing you can give
them shelter, security and TLC.
Alternatively if you live too far north of our
St Andrews collection point, we are
currently looking for a new host site and
team in the Aberdeen area. If you have
secure outbuildings, plenty of parking and
good road access
and
you like hens, give
Gaynor Davies a call on 01884 860084 to
find out more, or contact her by email at
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