Dude has once again been the star of the show! Dude has been lucky enough to visit Sticker Rally and Windmill Court Care Centre. He really was a big hit with the residents at the care centre! He has even been asked to go back this month! Wow! Dude also had an overnight stay at Sticker Vintage Rally. The rally was covered over two days so Dude had to set up camp that night. Although visiting the blood bikes made up for it!
If you would like to see Dude at one of your events email@example.com , ring 07539916048 or message the Facebook page.
We are delighted to announce the launch of The Hugs Foundation website. We hope you like it as much as we do!
Our objectives being to create a website that is super easy to use, to portray our vision, and to promote the help and positivity we offer to the community. We want to convey the compassion and love we have for humanity, animals and people alike; bringing the community closer to what we do whilst raising awareness of the work we do. our great work.
The Hugs Foundation provides a rescue and rehabilitation centre for horses, ponies and other animals that have been abandoned and or abused within the SW of England.We also provide facilities and animals for therapy sessions for those suffering from mental health problems and the elderly whose circumstances prevent them from interacting with animals. We also provide these educational facilities for organisations within Bodmin and the surrounding areas focusing on animal welfare.
One of our aims is to extend our reach and bring as much positivity as possible. With your help we can touch many lives, both animals and people alike. We hope you enjoy the website, that you learn more about what we do and how we do it. We would be delighted to hear from you if we can provide support through our work. We’re a very approachable and authentic bunch so please contact us 01208 76761
We Need Your Help
With your help The Hugs Foundation can reach its goal to continue to grow and touch the lives of many. Bringing positive change to the community and grow to a full centre of rehabilitation.