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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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Contact Us Donations Sitemap About Us Gallery News Appeals Adoptions Home  Page Zak a Swartble sheep!  - Your support saves animals lives   - Adopt Zak - Sponsor a farm animal today!

Orphaned lamb Zak is one of the many new arrivals at Woolly Park Farm in 2017 ... and he has instantly become a heartbreaker. Zak is a Zwartbles, a breed of sheep first imported from Holland in the early 1990s and who have since become established in all areas of the UK. His striking appearance has quickly won him a fan club, and though some of the other lambs were wary of him to start with, he is now making lots of new woolly friends at his forever home.