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There are a number of comments on this site that address Heronfield being somewhat 'run down'. I won't argue the fact that, to be fair, it is in some need of TLC. But the owner runs the rescue centre by himself whilst still raising a...More
Absolutely brilliant time here today with my nephew and niece. Mitch, the owner, is so lovely and told us all about the animals they had rescued. They had over 140 animals and birds including pigs, llamas, ponies, sheep, ducks and goats. Lovely way to spend...More
This is a sanctuary for tens of animals and birds ranging in size from Guinea pigs to llamas! They seem to be well cared for though the human environment is a bit battered. I think that’s about the effort, time and resources being devoted to...More
I’m torn between giving this place a terrible review or a reasonable review. The thing is this place is so rundown that I felt like I’d wasted the small amount of money I’d paid to enter.
There is junk everywhere and the place is in...More
A lovely rescue centre very informative gentlemen giving us stories and history of injured animals and the how this centre has played a vital role in keeping animals safe from harm . Staff maybe be busy so a little wait in the shop before someone...More
This is local to me and worth a visit with children. It is an animal rescue, looking after injured and abandoned animals. It needs visitors to raise funds. There is a small playground which is very basic but my grandchildren loved it. In the good...More
I've been donating items recently to help, today when I took in some towels and newspapers, I told the owner that I would like to have a look round as I've never gone past the shop, he personally gave me a guided tour and told...More
We left disappointed this morning, having arrived half an hour AFTER opening time, we were wandering around for a bit and knocked on the door etc and a man eventually called out of a nearby house window to say he was busy and that his...More
Loved this little place, very ramshackle but when you start chatting to the owner you realise it's all about the animals. I loved the fact they take in any animal and some of them have been loved and cared for there for years. If I...More
I came here many times as a child but this was my first time coming as an adult. It was a cold and rainy day so the gentleman let us go around his farm for FREE, but asked that we left a donation if we...More