Request for emails.
We are currently looking at ways to cut administration costs to ensure that the maximum amount of funds goes to supporting the animals. As we have grown so has the cost of mailing our supporters to let them know about events and what his happening at Tia. As a way of reducing these costs we at hoping to replace some of correspondence with emails. To enable this one of our volunteers will be contacting supporters where we have no email details to fill in the blanks, so be expecting a phone call or text.
Pat & Andy



These are the pictures of Danny who needs to be loaned out or part loaned due to a change in circumstances. He is 11 years, 14.2 hands full-feathered gypsy cob gelding. He was ridden on a regular basis until last summer, lives out all year round and is unshod. Danny has been schooled to be responsive to a light touch but is not fizzy and over the past 5 years has been ridden by a 6-year-old and a frail 55-year-old novice in addition to 3 other adult riders from 8 stone up to 12 stone. He has haylage  and a small daily feed of speedy beet or alphabeet in winter. Danny stands well for the farrier and vet and is fine to catch and lead, especially if he is used to it on a regular basis. He is currently with a Welsh cob and a Shetland-cross (both geldings).

Danny is in the Oldham/Saddleworth area.

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An Invitation

We are having a meeting here next Sunday the 30th October at 2pm.

It is primarily a Trustees meeting, however on this occasion we are opening it up to people who want to help. We have great support, but we need to get this place on the map. Fundraisers/ computers/social media people/admin/ marketing/sewers, bakers/ anything….Any ideas, all welcome. Just let me know if you can come…. We have lots of things planned for the future and we need your help…. Thanks Deb

Little Frankie



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Good morning Deb,

It’s been a while since I contacted you to let you know how Little Frankie  was doing.
He’s doing great and is a really happy dog. I’m spends most of his time lied upside down, smiling. 
He’s also discovered his love for swimming and mud so we very rarely have a white dog on walks anymore. 
Despite lurchers not being known for endurance, Frankie proved them wrong by completing the Yorkshire three peaks. 24 miles in 11 hours.

Thank you,
Lindsay Bird 


Frankie has come a long way. thanks Lindsay and family.


Bye Freddie


Clonboy Storm bn 25/09/2004

He was given away years ago…free to a good home. Fortunately that is what he got. Albeit up until 18 months ago he lived on allotment.

His last 18 months have been here at Tia…3 things Freddie loved…..Sunshine, greyhound girls and food….not necessarily in that order….

Miss you already big lad……Deb

Xmas Fair

Christmas Fair – Sunday 4th December 11am – 4pm. 
Donations towards the tombola stall and raffle prizes gratefully received, please leave in the office.  We’d also appreciate donations of non-perishable food items to make up a Christmas Hamper as a raffle prize.  Help ‘manning’ the stalls on the day also required.
Please contact Louise ( or Janice ( if able to help in any way.
Thank you,
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