This September and October we have an exhibition in our Chart Gallery of photographs by the well known local photographer - Paul Edmunds

Some of our guests at the Summer Ball enjoying the fabulous 'Singing Waiters'  more pictures on our gallery page

Some of our guests at the Summer Ball enjoying the fabulous 'Singing Waiters'  more pictures on our gallery page

Please look at Forthcoming Events for more information

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Our next popular Open Afternoon with Cream Tea will be the 24th September  starting at 3pm.

Please book by phone or email through the contact page.

Enthusiasts and Sports Car Rally held at La Grange 11th September 2014 please look at our Gallery page for more pictures.

Enthusiasts and Sports Car Rally held at La Grange 11th September 2014 please look at our Gallery page for more pictures.

 

Welcome to Brantôme Police Horses & Friends

Brantôme Police Horses provides care and rehabilitation for many horses and ponies.   We are situated in the heart of the countryside, 10 minutes north of Brantome in the beautiful Dordogne, South West France. Our primary aim is to provide a safe and caring environment for retired Police horses, from the United Kingdom, for the rest of their lives.

We believe that the Police horses are the last of the working horses, or it could even be said, the last of the war horses.  Whilst within the care of their respective Police forces, they have the best of everything, they are very well cared for and want for nothing.  However, when the time comes that they are no longer fit and cannot be ridden, or of an age where a comfortable retirement is needed, there are very few places that can afford, or even charities/sanctuary's that have room, to provide these magnificent animals with a secure and loving home for the rest of their days. We feel privaleged to be able to do this with the help of supporters, volunteers and our own family.

These beautiful horses are expensive to keep - not only food & bedding, but the farrier every 6 - 8 weeks, the dentist and the vet. It costs upwards of €50,000 to run the Sanctuary every year, which is funded solely by donations, sponsorship, our Cream Tea Afternoons, Membership of our Association, our gift shop (a new venture for us) and through our many varied events held throughout the year, from music nights, quiz nights, gallery exhibitions and our famous and always well attended Summer Ball. 

With your help we can give these animals the best possible care for the rest of their lives.

Please feel free to browse our website and learn more about our work, our animals and the many other facets of life in a busy Animal Sanctuary.  If you like what you see, why not come pay us a visit, we'd love to meet you.

 Please contact us  if you would like to know more about us and our work.

Walter resting amongst the daisies

Walter resting amongst the daisies