Lonely and Primrose Appeal for Donkey Hospital in Cornwall






In 2020 Flicka will be celebrating their Silver Jubilee - 25 years of animal rescue.

Help the Flicka Foundation reach their target of £300,000 to build an equine hospital providing the best care for rescued donkeys and ponies.

Please donate online at www.flickafoundation.org.uk/hospital-appeal or print out the PDF to donate by post.

You can also donate in person by visiting the Flicka Foundation Donkey Sanctuary



 

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The plan, which is aimed at reducing loneliness, was described as "exciting" by a councillor.
NHS pledges elderly rapid response community teams
Expert teams of nurses, physios and care staff to keep people out of hospital to be piloted.
Court closures 'stressing out' victims and witnesses, report says
Barristers say "chaotic scenes" are being played out across the country because of the closures.
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Woman reunited with dad after Facebook friend hint
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New Devon railway route 'keeps most of' Holcombe beach
There had been concerns that moving the line could mean the loss of Holcombe beach.
Saracens relegation: Cornish Pirates relish challenge of champions in Championship
Cornish Pirates coach Alan Paver says Saracens' relegation to the Championship could benefit his side in the long run.
John Stevens: Cornish Pirates forward given four-week ban for dangerous play
Cornish Pirates back-row John Stevens is banned for four weeks for dangerous play in a ruck against Jersey Reds.
Cornish Pirates register 'significant' victory away at Jersey Reds
Cornish Pirates coach Alan Paver says their win at Jersey Reds proves they are capable of being one of the Championship's top sides.
Truro City 'poor' as defeat by Chesham United costs them top spot
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Kyle Moyle: Cornish Pirates full-back returns after 11 months out in Yorkshire Carnegie win
Cornish Pirates coach Gavin Cattle welcomes the return of full-back Kyle Moyle from a serious knee injury.


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Some local party groups see hundreds of new members in the last month, BBC Newsnight learns.
Veterans' charity Combat Stress stops new referrals over funding crisis
Combat Stress says it cannot take on new referrals due to a cut in financial support from the NHS.
Sports Minister Nigel Adams says football is 'too dependent' on gambling
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Sheffield mum finds stranger's poem where daughter died
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Paralympic Games to remain on free-to-air television
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NHS staff urged to help service tackle climate change
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Glasgow homeless shelter to allow dogs to stay with owners
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League Two side Northampton hold Derby to earn replay
League Two Northampton earn a replay with Championship club Derby after a goalless draw in the FA Cup fourth round.
Eminem tops both UK album and singles charts
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The celebrated artist has put together a new exhibition of some of his earliest works.
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