HAPPA (Horses and Ponies Protection Association) is proud to announce that Shores Hey Farm has made it through to the finals of the Lancashire Tourism Awards, in the category Small Visitor Attraction.
The Award is given annually as part of Marketing Lancashire’s Tourism Awards which has 17 categories focussing on quality and hospitality offered at any destination or business within the Lancashire region.
Julie Pharaoh-Gan, HAPPA Head of Marketing & Fundraising, says of being nominated “Shores Hey Farm has undergone a major development project in order for the Centre to be welcoming to, and to attract, more visitors. The ultimate goal is to ensure the future of the Charity by generating an income through Shores Hey Farm. We can only continue to provide the very best in equine welfare by attracting supporters and visitors.
Making it through to the final of such a prestigious award means so much to everyone at the Charity. Just to get through to the finals means that we are being recognised for striving to achieve the very best for every visitor to Shores Hey Farm.
Ultimately putting Shores Hey Farm on the visitor attraction map means that HAPPA can continue to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome horses, ponies and donkeys from cruelty and neglect. We look forward to attending the ceremony on February 2nd and ask all our supporters to keep their fingers crossed.”