Sweet-natured Bess is learning to trust again at Glenda Spooner Farm.
Glenda Spooner Farm, Somerset
Glenda Spooner Farm will be open as normal on Saturday and Sunday from 2-4pm.
Come visit World Horse Welfare's Glenda Spooner Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Somerton where we care for and rehabilitate around 65 horses and ponies at any one time - and find them loving new homes.
Things to do at Glenda Spooner Farm:
Meet the horses
Why not come to Glenda Spooner Farm to see some of the horses and ponies we have in our care? You could even take a guided tour of the stables and find out more about the work that we do and go behind the scenes with the grooms. You might even get the chance to meet our adoption horse, Bess! Additionally, why not take a walk around the paddocks and enjoy the wild flowers and beautiful views over the Somerset Levels?
You might even find a horse or pony that you would like to rehome!
Due to development work, Glenda Spooner Farm is currently not open on Wednesdays. The farm is still open on Saturdays and Sundays from 2pm until 4pm. You can find out more about this expansion work and why it is so important by watching this video:
We are also able to cater for groups outside of these times. Please contact the farm on 01935 841442 for more information.
Where are we?
Glenda Spooner Farm is located on Brincil Hill, between the B3151 and the A372, just outside of Kingsdon, Somerset, TA11 7LA.
Our address is: World Horse Welfare Glenda Spooner Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre, Kingsdon, Somerton, Somerset, TA11 7LA.
Our new Visitor Centre and indoor school are currently under construction. We are incredibly excited to welcome you to the new Centre in 2016, which will have a brand new café and a viewing gallery. We apologise for any inconvenience the building work causes in the meantime.
Our Centre Manager
Claire Phillips has worked in the equine industry for many years and has had extensive experience with all types of horses. She originally joined World Horse Welfare as a groom in 2001, and, after a brief spell away from the charity, she returned to take on the role of Glenda Spooner Farm Centre manager in 2011. Claire is a keen horse woman who rides regularly. She has a genuine passion for equine rehabilitation and is a trained equine massage therapist.