It has been operating for over 40 years with no incident or accidents it is very sad this is happening to a charity that relies on helpers and donations to keep running.
The whole idea of the sanctuary is to have contact and see the animals close up.
It is therapy for a lot of people and visitors, Barby herself has dedicated her whole life to caring for animals in distress as has her helpers.
This will be a big blow to her when the bill comes in.
Why don’t the health and safety brigade take to task the council and its large pot holes where people do get hurt when they hit one.
Can I ask everyone to dig deep and support the sanctuary my donation is on its way along with a days free help.
I hope the health and safety brigade do not insist every visitor be hosed down with disinfectant on arrival and on leaving...don’t laugh it could happen.
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