Animal sanctuary in urgent need of donations

Barby Keel’s animal sanctuary may not be open to the public due to the coronavirus – but there are still ways to help support its vital work.

The non-profit making charity, which is based in Freezeland Lane, relies on the donations of supporters to look after more than 600 animals.

But Covid-19 means it has been unable to open on Sunday afternoons and won’t be able to hold its hugely popular annual open day.

However, the good news is that its charity shop has reopened in St Leonard’s Road and there is also an eBay store.

Barby Keel has been rehoming abused, abandoned and unwanted animals since 1971. When this isn’t possible, they will have a permanent home at the sanctuary.

Further information on how you can donate or adopt/sponsor an animal can be found on the Barby Keel website.

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