Kenny’s June News

Please share this!Life at SESAW is very quiet now visitors don’t come and fundraising events are halted but we are extra subdued since losing a stalwart supporter. Our thoughts are with Dave Sparrow and family since his wife, Barbara passed away last month. Apart from looking after the animals for years she constantly raised money Read More …

Kenny’s May News

Please share this! “Listen!” said Mum as I wandered into the yard. “You can hear a pin drop”. I was puzzled about the pin but yes, it was unnaturally quiet. Although oblivious to the trials of human life, most of us animals are aware that all is not well. Some of the volunteers are missing, Read More …

We’re here to help ……….

Please share this!Although SESAW is closed, animal care continues unabated and the answerphone is checked regularly. If any animal is in need, please phone 01787 210888 and leave your name, number and a brief explanation of the problem We will ring back as soon as possible if we can help, or refer you to someone Read More …

Feeling Thankful :)

Please share this!Happy memories! As the SESAW Easter Fair was supposed to take place today, here are some reminders from last year’s Egg-Travaganza which raised over £2500. Everything on the SESAW stalls was donated by kind supporters except the Craft stall. Those goods were handmade by our talented volunteers who are probably knitting and stitching Read More …

Ollie’s April News

Please share this!There was just enough warmth in the March sunshine for a hardworking cat to enjoy a nap until the garden was filled with chatter and laughter.   A happy group of volunteers disturbed my slumber as they posed for a group photo.   Actually they had good reason to celebrate, having received a cheque for Read More …

ANIMALS IN NEED

Please share this!We’re still here for emergencies and for any animal in need, but by appointment only. We’re taking note of government advice, volunteers not at risk are still working hard to care for the animals whilst observing social distancing from each other. Stay home, stay safe, and look out for each other. Please share:

Kenny’s March News

Please share this!What a scarey week that was!   I don’t know who Ciara and Dennis are but they made a dreadful mess in the garden.  Mum was nearly blown over when she went out to check the kennels and stables.   The dramatic storms may be a distant memory now but our volunteers are still repairing Read More …