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Work for us

Join us in improving the lives of horses in the UK and worldwide.

Join us in improving the lives of horses in the UK and worldwide.

Our vision is to have a world where every horse is treated with respect, compassion and understanding. Why not come and join us and help us to improve welfare standards and stamp out suffering in the UK and worldwide.

Our Head Office is based in Snetterton, Norfolk and is overlooked by our Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming centre.

We also have Rescue and Rehoming Centres in Aberdeenshire, Lancashire and Somerset.

If you have any queries about a current vacancy, please email for more information.

Maintenance support needed

Aberdeenshire, Somerset and Norfolk

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals, supervise and assist with the effective and efficient daily maintenance of the farmland and buildings, grassland and field margins at our equine rescue and rehoming centres across the UK.

The following vacancies are available:

Belwade Farm, Aboyne – Maintenance Assistant

Glenda Spooner Farm, Somerton – Maintenance Supervisor and Maintenance Assistant

Hall Farm, Norfolk – Maintenance Assistant

All positions are permanent full time.

Ideally you will have experience in all areas of general maintenance including fencing, fertilising and tractor driving; training is available where required.  You will be organised with the ability to work on your own initiative, possess a flexible approach to work and the willingness to work outside in all weather conditions.  The ability to tow a trailer would be advantageous.

Benefits include a generous pension scheme and cash health plan, bike to work scheme, paid employee sickness absence scheme and a minimum of 28 days’ holiday. 

Job Description – Maintenance Supervisor

Job Description – Maintenance Assistant

To apply

Please email your current CV with a covering letter, stating which location and position you are applying for, to Gillian Larter at

Closing date for applications:  10th July 2020  

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