Their story begins as it does for many charities, with a small but committed group of people desperate to make a difference. For Redwings, the story began with the rescue of a single pony called Sheba. She was rescued from a dealer and her recovery inspired the formation of a sanctuary in 1984 dedicated to saving horses from a life of fear and neglect.
Detailed Overview

After a lunch time stop in Banbury we make our way to Redwings Horse Sanctuary. Home to almost 90 rescued horses, ponies and donkeys for you to get to know. The Redwings team who are on hand to answer any questions and tell you the history of the residents as well as giving demonstrations in horse care. Lucketts have adopted a horse called Lady her birthday is the 27th August. Please go and say hello! The centre also has a gift shop, information centre and cafe on site, serving delicious snacks, Fair Trade teas, coffees and cakes.  There is also a children's play area and picnic areas for visitors to take their own food if they so choose.

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