Litlington equine boot sale raises £500 for charity
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Bargain hunters came from all around to check out an equine-themed car boot sale in Litlington in aid of a Cambridgeshire animal charity.
Bargain hunters came from all around to check out the goods on offer at an equine-themed car boot sale in Litlington in aid of a Cambridgeshire animal charity.
Sarah Howard, who lives in the village, organised the event at the village hall in aid of the Shetland Pony Welfare Trust.
She said: “We had an amazing response and raised a whopping £563.86.”
The Shetland Pony Welfare Trust is a small registered charity based just outside of Cambridge, and was originally set up to rescue and rehabilitate the small ponies – but they now take all horses.
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The charity – which is based just outside Cambridge – recieves no government funding and all staff are volunteers.
They are currently looking after 30 horses and ponies, and a further 20 have been fostered.
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For more information on the charity go to www.theshetlandponywelfaretrust.co.uk.