A Newbury scientist has been chosen to represent the British Hen Welfare Trust (BHWT) in this year’s London Marathon. He hopes to achieve his target of finishing in 3 hours 30 minutes, which would also be a personal best, and raise £2,000 for the BHWT.
The British Hen Welfare Trust (BHWT) is a charity firmly focused on helping hens, they set up the Lonely Hearts Club for Cockerels to help people advertise for new homes for their unwanted males.
A charity that saves around 60,000 hens from slaughter every year is looking for somewhere to host its rehoming days in Perth.
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A Hampshire schoolgirl has written to Father Christmas but not with a wish list of presents for herself, instead, she wants donations to a charity that saves hens from slaughter.
A group of veterinary students enjoyed some hands-on experience with chickens by volunteering with the British Hen Welfare Trust (BHWT).
A mother-of-three has shared how a hen saved from slaughter and adopted by her family is helping one of her sons with his autism.
A Nottingham probation hostel is helping its residents’ wellbeing and enhancing their relationships with staff after adopting a flock
of ex-commercial chickens.
A church in Sutton Coldfield is providing salvation to hundreds of hens saved from slaughter by a chicken charity.
BSAVA PetSavers has partnered with the British Hen Welfare Trust (BHWT) to jointly fund a generous grant for an undergraduate student research project in chicken veterinary health.
The British Hen Welfare Trust (BHWT) has announced much-loved comedian Bob Mortimer as their new patron.
The British Hen Welfare Trust (BHWT) is once again leading the way in hen welfare by launching a pioneering new forum to facilitate research into pet chickens.
As Britain left the EU, one British charity started up a brand new affiliation with French charity to highlight laying hen welfare.
The British Hen Welfare Trust (BHWT) has seen exponential growth since being established in 2005 and now has 44 volunteer-led teams across the country that have helped over 810,000 hens become family pets rather than face the chop.