We've visited the Donkey Sanctuary too many times to remember and always find it a lovely place to visit.
There are lovely walks - some suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs - others much longer and even one that takes you down to the beautiful coast. There is a maze and a visitor centre, cafe and toilets and special events throughout the year. The donkeys are all cared for so well - some of them have had terrible lives until they were taken here so it's good to know they will now have such comfortable lives. They have a full veterinary hospital and a centre where disabled children come and visit and interact with the donkeys. Yes there are lots of rememberance plaques as the gentleman mentions below but perhaps an appropriate way for a child to ask the questions and for the parent to simply explain the reason for them.
It's free to park and visit but well worth a donation to keep it that way!
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