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Hope Pastures 3 Peaks Challenge

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Originally registered in 1974 to rescue horses, ponies & donkeys which were being abused, in April 2004 the Trust adapted this aim to Rescue, Rehabilitate and Re-home wherever possible, with some ponies remaining as residents at the sanctuary if they have been so badly treated it’s difficult for them to be re-homed. All animals have a safe, fulfilling and useful life, away from the often harsh and brutal treatment of their former years.

As well as rescuing horses, Hope Pastures provides an environment where young people can learn directly about caring for horses and we dedicate time to educating them about animal welfare and social responsibility. We hope that, in doing this, we will nurture a generation which values the natural world around us and seeks to protect the environment and the animals with which we share this planet. Our city-base enables us to give people who wouldn’t normally be able to meet horses and ponies the chance to do so and we run therapeutic visits for a range of groups.
We receive no grant or state aid and rely solely on your donations and support to continue our work.

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Challenge registration number: 218943

This challenge took place on Friday, 18 May, 2018.

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Hope Pastures 3 Peaks Challenge | Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

About the ​ Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

The Yorkshire Peaks Challenge involves climbing Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside, often within 12 hours.


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