Meet Reggie, who is a very large and comical Toggenburg goat who came to the sanctuary in 2014. He had been abandoned with his mum, sister and aunties on a farm where the owner had died. He’s now aged seven and starting to develop arthritis but still acts like a youngster, making sure he’s always at the front of the queue for attention and treats. Reggie loves visitors and fuss and bananas - especially bananas!
Meet Reggie, who is a very large and comical Toggenburg goat who came to the sanctuary in 2014. He had been abandoned with his mum, sister and aunties on a farm where the owner had died. He’s now aged seven and starting to develop arthritis but still acts like a youngster, making sure he’s always at the front of the queue for attention and treats. Reggie loves visitors and fuss and bananas - especially bananas!

Meet some of the lucky animals who found forever homes at Bilsthorpe sanctuary

Meet some of the fantastic residents who have found their forever homes at Manor Farm at Bilsthorpe.

Wednesday, 3rd November 2021, 4:00 pm

The fantastic farm is a charitable trust, which gives permanent homes to livestock who are elderly, disabled or have special needs.

Founded by Di Slaney, the sanctuary is run by a specialist team, plus volunteers and funded by donations.

If you would like to help the animals donations are always welcome, visit the Manor Farm website at www.manorfarmcharitabletrust.org and hit the donations button from the home page.

Here are just some of the farm’s extraordinary characters…

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