COVID-19 AND REHOMING
Thank you to everyone who has contacted us asking when we will be in a position to start rehoming again. Currently all new registrations are on hold in order to cope with the volume of enquiries, but we will open registrations again w/c 1st June.
In the meantime, we are working closely with our volunteer teams and farmers to ensure the safest and most efficient way to start up again adhering to government guidelines and social distancing regulations. We have learned valuable lessons from two authorised hen collections undertaken during lockdown in Cornwall and Scotland, and were able to rehome hens on welfare grounds.
Please keep checking our website and social media posts for updated information. We will be getting our hands on hens again soon, and whilst they’re currently waiting patiently in their cages, they are so looking forward to starting a new life in your back garden…
Thanks for your patience, and support. We couldn’t do what we do without you.
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If you would like to be involved in our work, there are lots of ways your help can really make a difference and we would love to hear from you.
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