Please take the following actions to help save Hopefield Animal Sanctuary
“At Hopefield Animal Sanctuary we look after over 300 sick, unwanted and mistreated animals – including horses, cattle and rabbits. The land that the sanctuary is on is owned by Tescos and they want to sell it to housing developers. If this goes ahead the sanctuary will need to close, leaving the animals with nowhere to live. Many of the animals are too old to be adopted by members of the public, so it will mean a death sentence for the animals!
There are other areas being considered by the council for housing development, so it isn’t essential that our sanctuary land is used.
Please sign my petition to ask Brentwood Council to reclassify the land as a leisure and recreation area, which would reduce the value of the land, giving Hopefield Animal Sanctuary a chance to buy it, in order to save the animals.”
Read more and please sign the petition:
In Addition please also consider writing to Brentwood Council and ask them to “reclassify the land as a leisure and recreation area, which would reduce the value of the land, giving Hopefield Animal Sanctuary a chance to buy it, in order to save the animals.”
Brentwood Borough Council,
Essex CM15 8AY
Phone: 01277 312500
Write to Tesco head Office
You could also write to Tesco and ask them to reconsider selling the land and allowing the sanctuary to continue with its vital role of caring for homeless, abandoned and unwanted animals. Please be polite. I know such awful injustice induces anger but abusive communications are unlikely to be read.
Welwyn Garden City,
There doesn’t appear to be an e-mail address. You could try using the customer service contact form:
Or telephone, the numbers can be found at the bottom of the contact page under ,Tesco Stores Customer Service Team:
More about Hopefield Sanctuary
“Since the first day I visited Hopefield Animal Sanctuary I knew it would become a big part of my life. The work they are doing to save these abused and neglected animals is essential, they would simply have nowhere else to go if this sanctuary wasn’t here. At Hopefield these animals get to live out their lives peacefully and free from abuse.”
Keep up to date with the campaign including further actions to save Hopefield Animal Sanctuary by visiting their facebook page:
Sadly once again greedy developers and equally greedy sellers will cause misery and suffering in the name of profit. Driven my insatiable greed it seems no one is spared, not even helpless animals.
Please help save the lives of these animals by taking the above actions and share share share
At the very least please sign the petition:
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