Launches Corporate Membership Scheme
the leading equine welfare charity and visitor attraction in the
Southwest, has launched a corporate membership scheme. The scheme
allows employees of participating companies to gain free entry to
HorseWorld's Visitor Centre and enjoy a great family day out.
Membership starts at just £100, which admits one employee
and their family to HorseWorld's Visitor Centre each day. James
Cretney, Chief Executive of HorseWorld said "Not only does
this mean that a company gets an affordable benefit for its employees
but it is also great way for the company to support our work with
neglected and mistreated horses".
Visitor Centre is a great family day out. Visitors can meet some
of the 300 horses, ponies and donkeys cared for by HorseWorld and
learn some of their special stories. Children can groom the Miniature
Shetlands, get close-up and personal with the rabbits or have fun
in the Indoor Play Barn or outdoor horseplay area. There is also
a licensed restaurant, a souvenir gift shop, picnic area, a Museum
of the Horse and a theatre showing a film about our rescue, rehabilitation
and re-homing work. In 'Noah's Ark', an area of small farm animals,
you can meet Portia the pot bellied pig or numerous other animals
such goats, cows, ducks and even chipmunks!
Cretney of HorseWorld, said "The scheme is really working well
and seven companies have already joined since we launched corporate
membership two weeks ago, which is just fantastic. It really is
great to know so many companies are willing to help us and give
their staff such a great benefit too"