India is a thoroughbred cross who came to Hall Farm in March 2013.
Hall Farm, Norfolk
Come for a day out at World Horse Welfare's Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre located in Snetterton, Norfolk where we care for and rehabilitate around 100 horses at any one time. We are a working farm that welcomes visitors ... and being located in lovely countryside there is always something to do!
Things to do at Hall Farm:
Meet our horses and ponies ... and donkeys!
We have a wide variety of horses and ponies (and donkeys) at Hall Farm that you can meet and learn about. You may even be interested in rehoming one!
We can offer group tours tailored to your individual needs where you will learn about the work that we do and go behind the scenes with the grooms. You will also have the opportunity to meet many of the rescued horses and ponies in our care, including adoption horse India, while taking a stroll around our paddocks.
There are lots of lovely walkways to enjoy which are wheel/push chair friendly and you can explore for up to four miles, although we do also have shorter routes marked out! Dogs on leads are welcome. Not feeling so energetic? Why not take the Pony Express tractor and trailer tour around the farm in return for a small donation?
In addition to the stables and paddocks, we also have outdoor and indoor schools. Our fully equipped conference room can also be hired for meetings and events.
Take a break in our coffee shop
Once you've been for a walk around the farm, stop in at our coffee shop for refreshments. We offer coffee and snacks from our vending machines and a comfortable indoor seating area where you can bring your own lunch. We also have an extensive picnic area for those warmer days.
Education at Hall Farm
Hall Farm is well equipped to host educational courses, lectures and demos. We are also able to give advice and tours of the farms to NVQ, college and school students. Please contact Maxine by email or on 01953 499100 for more information.
Have a birthday party!
We are happy to host parties at our Visitor Centre, so if you are stuck for a fantastic way to remember your child’s birthday, get in touch!
We have a great play area equipped with everything fun that a child could wish for a fantastic adventure! The farm also runs our special ‘Pony Express’ tractor trailer rides.
Grab a bargain
Hall Farm's Second Hand Tack Room is open every weekend, Bank Holidays and Wednesdays during school holidays from 10am-4pm. We have a great range of stock at bargain prices, including rugs, numnahs, boots and bandages. All proceeds raised from sales will go towards helping horses.
Events at Hall Farm
We hold unaffiliated dressage competitions on the first Saturday of every month and clear round showjumping on the second Saturday. Please contact Maxine for more details on 01953 499100.
Dougal and Riot's Agility Training (DRAT) hold agility classes in the indoor arena here on a Monday, Thursday and Friday night. If you would like further information, please do not hesitate to email DRAT or ring Christina (before 9 pm please) on 01603 872818 or 07765 458201.
Where are we?
Hall Farm is located in the beautiful Norfolk countryside on a quiet lane less than ½ a mile from the A11. Just follow the brown tourist signs for World Horse Welfare between Attleborough and Thetford, NR16 2LP.
Our address is: World Horse Welfare Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre, Ada Cole Avenue, Snetterton, Norfolk, NR16 2LP.
We are open all year on weekends and Bank Holidays, as well as Wednesdays during school holidays, from 10am to 4pm.
In addition to our public opening times, we also welcome group visits, and can tailor them to meet your requirements. Call the farm on 01953 499100 to discuss your requirements or email Maxine.
Our Centre Manager
Sue Hodgkins joined World Horse Welfare in 1997, starting as Head Girl at Overa Farm. She later became Assistant Centre Manager for both Overa Farm and Hall Farm, and then in 2007 took on the role of Centre Manager at Hall Farm. Prior to joining the charity Sue trained for her BHS qualifications at a large Equestrian Centre, where she also became involved with Carriage Driving. Sue spent seven years on the driving circuit, competing at both National and International events with pony pairs, horse pairs and horse teams of four.