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Adoption payment details

Adoptions cost £24.00 for 12 months and we have several payment options available:

Single payment @ £24.00

12 x Monthly payments @ £2.00 pr mth


Ongoing adoption @ £2.00 pr mth

(Your adoption pack postage is inclusive)

Credit/Debit card payments are accepted via a secure Paypal online transaction. There are no additional cost to yourself for using Paypal.

Alternatively, you can send your adoption payment cheque/postal order to us by post.


You can visit the sanctuary between the months of mid-May to mid-September. Farm Animal Rescue Sanctuary  is based in Wolverton (Stratford Upon Avon), Warwickshire.

Please contact Farm Animal Rescue Sanctuary via email to arrange an appointment.- Contact us here

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Hi, we are the Vodafone Eight…

You may have seen us on the wonderful Vodafone 2015 Christmas advert on television. We were recruited from farms around the country and although not all of us made the final production of Terry the Turkey we all took part in the filming, which was great fun.

We were a little bit nervous about what would happen when filming was over, but the kind Vodafone people arranged for us to go to the Farm Animal Rescue Sanctuary in Warwickshire and we couldn’t be happier. It was a bit like Farmer Hoggett and the pig in the film Babe.

The fabulous people at Vodafone also bought us a nice new house at our forever home and we have made such great friends in the last year with all the other animals at Woolly Park Farm - which number over 400!