Horse sanctuary to boost animal welfare

The Countess of Wessex visiting the sanctuary

The Countess of Wessex visiting the sanctuary

First published in News

A HORSE sanctuary based in Ingatestone is aiming to improve its adult education after making a new appointment.

Remus Horse Sanctuary recently employed Cara Wilson, 37, to develop a range of educational services for it, including encouraging students of all ages to visit the sanctuary in Buttsbury Road, and raising awareness of its work.

Visits will be tailored to meet the needs of the individuals, qualifications and the experience they require.

Cara said: “I believe educating the next generation of animal owners is the way to improving animal welfare. I’m looking forward to the challenges ahead.”

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