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20th January 2021
Jo Burns from Radio Kent recently came to find out about Sheep Ahoy. Why not have a listen.
6th December 2020
13th February 2020
Unfortunately this event had to be cancelled due to COVID-19 issues.
A couple of days ago we eluded to an event that our patron, Rose Wyles, will be undertaking to raise funds for our Land Fund … well here are the details!
Rose will be walking the Penine Way from north to south, a total of 268 miles, to raise funds for Sheep Ahoy.
The event is called ‘Heroes For The Animals Pennine Way Walk’ and will start on the 5th August 2020.
To purchase charity land would be a dream come true, not only because we could then keep all the animals together, but so as we can create an educational centre where people can learn about the rescues but about veganism too.
This is a major event and Rose has support from Vegan and Vegetarian UK, an organisation working to accerate change to a vegan world.
The event is going to be developing continually and further details can be found at:
The Facebook event is on Rose Wyles page Rose Wyles – The Vegan Nutritionist.
Sheep Ahoy would like to thank Rose and the VaVUK team personnaly for underating this event and supporting the animals
11th February 2020
We have some exciting news!
Sheep Ahoy Animal Rescue has it’s first charity patron in the lovely Rose Wyles – The Vegan Nutritionist.
A patron is someone who agrees to lend their name to an organisation as a way of supporting them by helping them get noticed, adding prestige or lending credibility to the cause. Rose certainly does all those things because she has the same vegan values as Sheep Ahoy plus supports our objectives and future plans.
Rose has a healthy following on Twitter and is now managing our Twitter account too which takes the pressue off the rest of the team …. The Sheep Ahoy Twitter account @olisgang has grown from around 45 followers to well over 1000 in the short time that Rose has managed things
Rose is dedicated to helping raise the profile of our Land Fund project and to raising funds for it too. Watch this space for an update on what she has planned … it’s massive!
Rose is a qualified Nutritionist and is a Vegan, Raw, WFPB & Child Nutrition Consultant so why not visit her at www.thevegannutritionist.co.uk or follow on Twitter @vegannutrition1 for some great dietary tips and recipes!
Thanks Rose for supporting us
11th January 2020
NAMING COMPETITION UPDATE
This cute boy was named Larry in the naming competition 🙂
This new arrival at Sheep Ahoy was attacked by a dog but the family whose dog attacked him paid for vet treatment and have now been allowed to have him and bring to us.
Lambie has travelled all the way from Wales and is settling in well.
The dog attack literally saved his life as his friends have gone to slaughter
Just to explain about the dog attack, the owners had visited the area for years and the garden of the cottage they stay is enclosed by a high fence …. this was an unfortunate incident but the owners did everything in their power to save this lamb and they did in the end
All suggested names will be numbered and go into a random generator and which ever name is picked will become his name.
It’s £5 per name.
To take part just click here to donate the £5 and add the name in the ‘Add a Note’ section.
15th November 2019
We always welcome new supporters but this month we are especially welcoming people that are visiting our web page after reading the charities article in the December copy of Vegan Life Magazine.
Hopefully you will find out everything you want to know about us but if you have any questions then please go to the ‘Contacts’ page and send us an email.
Our etsy shop has lots of nice things to buy as Christmas presents including our Sheep Sponsorship Scheme so why not take a look here.
Thanks for your interest and support as always.
29th October 2019
Winter is an expensive season for us as we give the gang hay bales to make sure their tummys are full.
Our ‘Buy The Gang a Bale of Hay’ campaign last year was so successful in helping with our winter hay bill that we are launching it again for 2019.
If you buy a bale of hay then you will be tagged in the Facebook/Instagram post when it is delivered to the Gang so you get to see who eats it too!
If anyone would like to pay for a hay bale then please click on the ‘Buy a Bale’ link below where you can pay via PayPal or debit card. Each hay bale costs £5.
Thank ewe from us all.
14th June 2019
Remember to UNMUTE the sound.
A very important message from Elvis! https://www.gofundme.com/sheep-ahoy-land-purchase-fund
Posted by Sheep Ahoy aka Oli's Gang – Registered Charity: 1173005 on Friday, 14 June 2019
To go to the GoFundMe page please click on this link Sheep Ahoy Land Fund.
8th May 2019
I’ve just been asked how do I cope when faced with animal cruelty cases …. My answer, I don’t. I am not any different to any other animal rescuer, I don’t put on a special cloke but I do put on a brave face and try to stay calm for the sake of the animals. Once home or away from the situation is when I break and the tears flow plus the wine comes out to dull the pain inside. Crying is a natural way to release emotions so in essence a coping mechanism just like the wine but the pain stays and with each case a little bit more of my heart and soul are chipped away.
Calmness hasn’t always been the case though and I have to work hard to stay calm nowadays too but it does allow me to step back and think for a few seconds without rushing in mouth first and jeopardising things for the animals. I do get concerned about the effect of all the worry and stress on my overall mental and physical health but you only live once, as they say, and when you’ve opened your eyes to animal abuse you can’t close them. That’s why if I don’t take your call or answer your message I’m not being rude but I’m having a bit of down time.
I also tell people that you can’t save them all and that Sheep Ahoy focus on helping the poorly, neglected sheep and lambs because they have no chance of any happiness. The lambs with their Mums at least have Mum for a few months but the orphans won’t have that comfort. The poorly sheep will struggle along with no treatment so by helping them eases their suffering. Sheep Ahoy can’t physically, logistically or financial help them all …. but maybe one day eh?