The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: April 2019
Nantwich Sunday 7th April 2019
We have received this message from the British Hen Welfare Trust:
"Our Cheshire team will be rehoming their 1,000th hen at their next rehoming day on Sunday, 7th April where there will be 120 hens saved from slaughter and looking for new homes."
For more information and to register to rehome hens contact:
British Hen Welfare Trust,
Website Click Here
You have to register first before you collect the hens.
The British Hen Welfare Trust is a national charity that re-homes commercial laying hens, educates the public about how they can make a difference to hen welfare, and encourages support for the British egg industry. Its ultimate aim is to see consumers and food manufacturers buying only UK produced free range eggs, resulting in a strong British egg industry where all commercial laying hens enjoy a good quality life".
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