Your news: Kilmarnock Horse Rescue appeals for contributions

An autism-friendly Christmas event at Kilmarnock Horse Rescue

An autism-friendly Christmas event at Kilmarnock Horse Rescue

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A horse resuce charity in Ifield is asking for donations to help them through a difficult winter.

Kilmarnock Horse Rescue cares for neglected and abandoned horses.

They also arrange visits to a local mental health hospital, as a form of therapy for the patients, and hold family visiting days with Autism Support Crawley.

Kilmarnock patron Dr Anna Kennedy OBE appealed to the generosity of the Crawley Observer’s readers.

“With Kilmarnock bursting at the seams, winter has been really tough for them,” she said.

“Hay, feed and bedding bills have resulted to more than they anticipated and they now are in an unfortunate position to request an urgent appeal.

“In what we understand is a tough month for everyone, Kilmarnock and I as Patron are asking - if you’re able to help in any way you can then please do.

“From every one at Kilmarnock here is doing what they can, we thank you in advance.”

The charity has a wishlist for horse and donkey feed, and office supplies, at: http://amzn.to/2jilequ

For more information on Kilmarnock Horse Rescue, visit: http://kilmarnockhorserescue.co.uk/

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