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.
Patrons

Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver has supported the charity since 2008 when he inspired a surge in interest after Jane Howorth appeared on Jamie’s Fowl Dinners, a Channel 4 programme about the chicken industry.

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Jimmy Doherty

In 2010 Jimmy filmed The Private Life of Chickens at the British Hen Welfare Trust’s Devon headquarters to find out what goes on behind the hen-house door through a series of experiments and observations to understand the behaviour and psychology of chickens.

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Kate Humble

Kate Humble is a fantastic ambassador for the charity and we are thrilled to have her on board as a patron.

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Harbour & Jones

Harbour & Jones is one of the UK’s most prestigious contract catering, hospitality and food service companies; they also run The Restaurant at St. Paul’s

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Amanda Holden

Amanda Holden, much-loved TV personality, and highly acclaimed actress, was invited to be a patron of the charity and surprised our Founder by calling her at home one day to say she would love to support a charity that sought a better life for laying hens.

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Duchess of Richmond

The Duchess of Richmond resides at Goodwood Park in Sussex and comes from a family of devoted hen-keepers. She became one of our first patrons in 2005.

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