With concerns over the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we want to assure you that we are continuing to remain extremely vigilant of the situation. During this time, we are doing everything to ensure that Pigs In The Wood remains as safe as possible for all visitors and volunteers . We are following government advice to minimise the risk of transmission.
Unfortunately due to new Covid 19 restrictions we are now limited to 6 visitors. As a result all bookings have now been cancelled.
This puts us into a really difficult place, as we totally really on donations, therefore we are taking one booking at a maximum of 6 people per session at a cost of £40 which includes an adoption certificate. Booking must be made in advance via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adoptions are still available and are needed to help support the sanctuary. All adoptions will have a complimentary 6 month's added to enable you to visit in the future.
We hope to return back to normal on government advise and will give updates on Facebook and Instagram as soon as we have them.
We are still taking bookings for events later in the year, please check our website for further details. Refunds will be given if these events don't go ahead.
As a charity, we are extremely grateful for your continued support in these uncertain times. Aside from visiting, you can continue to help us by adopting a pig or making a donation.
If there are any changes to the above, we will issue a further update. Thank you for bearing with us.
Pigs in the Wood is a non-profit sanctuary for pigs that have been rescued from various situations. We are based in the village of Scissett, Huddersfield in 10 acres of woodland where the pigs roam free and live naturally. The wood is currently home to 20 pigs that are cared for by our team of volunteers who work 7 days a week ensuring the needs of the pigs are always met.
Our aim is to provide a home for pigs that have been abused and mistreated. In order to develop the sanctuary further we need to raise funding to build shelters for the pigs and for fencing to make the wood more practical and safe for both the pigs and visitors. Once the work has been completed in the wood we can have regular opening times and opportunities for people to help look after the pigs and the woodland. Where we are unable to take pigs in to our sanctuary, we help to find them a home and are building contacts to give them more prospects to find them a safe, loving place to live.
Some of the work we do to promote the sanctuary includes school visits, where we talk about Pigs in the Wood and welcome students to come to us to learn about the pigs in their natural environment. We will also encourage colleges and individual groups to visit the wood for educational purposes. In addition, we hold events at the wood for occasions such as Easter, Halloween and Christmas, and also attend events such as festivals and fairs where possible.
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