On Wednesday 14th of October Andrew Rosindell M.P. attended a VIP invitation day at Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary. Andrew Rosindell has long been a keen advocate for animal welfare and is a patron of the Remus Horse Sanctuary. Remus Horse Sanctuary was founded and is currently managed by Sue Burton, a Romford resident, and seeks to provide lifetime help and care for horses, donkeys and other large farm animals who have been victims of physical or mental abuse.
The visit consisted of a tour of the facilities and a buffet lunch, during which guests were informed and updated of the important work the sanctuary does for animal welfare and within the community.
The event was also attended by HRH The Countess of Wessex in her capacity as Head Patron of the charity, who met with the various attendees.
Following the event, Andrew said:
“I am proud to be associated with such a wonderful charity. There are so many animals who have been mistreated and lack a suitable home and it is heartwarming to see the work done by Remus Horse Sanctuary. Sue Burton founded the charity in 1983 and has done a truly commendable job dedicating her life to promoting the honourable cause of animal welfare.”