Animal charity scoops thousands

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Sesaw, the small animal welfare charity based in Leavenheath, has scooped a £5,000 grant to purchase a mobile field shelter for the ponies in its care.

Based in Stoke Road, Sesaw looks after sick, injured and abandoned animals, hoping to rehome them.

The £5,000 donation has come from Support Adoption For Pets, the UK’s largest grant-giving animal charity.

A Sesaw spokesman said: “The staff and volunteers are delighted to receive this donation, which will make a huge difference to the ponies in our care.

“We are now able to install a new field shelter and we are very grateful for the support.”

Amy Wilson, fundraising manager at Support Adoption For Pets, said: “It is a real privilege to help an organisation that works so hard to care for and rehome animals in need.

“They are doing a superb job, and the effort the rescue puts in is an inspiration.”

The charity has helped more than 1,000 rehoming centres and animal welfare organisations across the UK, and runs adoption centres in 400 Pets at Home stores.