HAPPA (Horses and Ponies Protection Association) are inviting you to join them for a family themed fun day at Shores Hey Farm in Burnley. The event takes place on Saturday 2nd September, from 11am until 4pm and entry is just £6 for a group of up to six people.

Families can enjoy on the day, glitter tattoos and face painting, a bouncy- castle, test your strength game, tombola, hook-a duck and a raffle.

It will be a shopper’s paradise with a selection of local businesses and artisans with a wide range of products for sale in the large Indoor Arena based at the Farm. From bespoke jewellery and crafts to children’s toys and books, sweets, and candy floss there will be much to choose from.

The Charity’s own shop, The Fussy Filly, is hosting some very exclusive offers just for the day of the event too.

The Café will be open for business from 10am offering a full menu including all day breakfast, cakes and treats.

For those who want to get up close to the main attraction of the day, the HAPPA horses and ponies, there will be pony riding sessions and pony grooming for ages over four.

Julie Pharaoh-Gan, HAPPA’s Head of Marketing and Fundraising explains “Following on from last year’s success we couldn’t wait to bring a bigger and better celebration with our Fun Day, which is a great end to the school holidays. With a fantastic selection of stalls, and lots to see and do this will certainly be a great day out for all. Finally, this will be the last chance for people to visit the sculpture Rusty the horse before she makes her return home to S.M. Art. Rusty has really drawn in the crowds and is a sight to behold, all made from unwanted junk.

By attending the day, you will be contributing towards the Charity’s vital work of Giving a Second Chance to Abused, Neglected and Unwanted Equines. So why not have a great day whilst doing your bit for animal welfare?”

For further information about this event please visit the HAPPA website www.happa.org.uk



Nestled in expansive greenery and overlooking the scenic Thursden Valley in Burnley, lies a hidden gem: the home of HAPPA (Horses and Ponies Protection Association). This site offers all the amenities of a top-tier, award-winning tourist attraction. Enjoy homemade delicacies and cakes at The Café @ Shores Hey Farm, and keep the kids entertained at the outdoor park or on the Facts With Fergus Trail.



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