HRH is a charity which provides a safe haven, solutions and stability for horses and humans through times of change.
Hopton Rehab & Homing Centre (HRH) was established in July 2017. The trustees are extremely experienced in the equestrian industry. They all have a shared passion for horse welfare and rehabilitation.
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Our charity would be unable to operate without the money raised by our amazing supporters.
Car Boot Sales, Show Jumping Competitions and Walking Challenges are just some of the ways our friends have helped us to provide the best care for all our horses.
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We are extremely grateful to our sponsors for their ongoing and continual support. Sponsorship comes from businesses and individuals and can takes many forms.
From sponsorship of a particular horse to regular donations of money or products, everything helps.
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National Volunteers Week
Volunteers Week, 1-7th June 2023, is an annual celebration of the contribution millions of people make across the UK through volunteering.
Join us this year to recognise the fantastic contribution our volunteers make and say thank you.
Welcome Craig Monks
We would like to welcome Craig Monks to our Board of Trustees. With over 30 years of Board experience and a specialist in start-ups and company turnarounds, Craig has previously worked in the packaging, pharmaceutical, food, beverage and horticulture sectors.
Craig has now turned his hand to own a group of successful online retail businesses, specialising in country, leisure, equine, canine and sports activities.
Craig resides in Worcestershire and has held other trustee appointments including one at a school charity, where he helped with the transition from Comprehensive to Academy status and a further role for the physically disabled to enjoy outdoor sports with dignity. We know that Craig will be in a great position to help support HRH in our journey.
Craig comes with his very own sidekick – “Bailey the Labrador” who accompanies Craig in his other passions for rugby and outdoor activities.
Welcome Jack Randall
We are delighted to welcome Jack Randall to the Board of Trustees at HRH. Jack is a retired accountant and brings a wealth of experience with his financial expertise and commercial background.
Jack has significant knowledge of the charity and not for profit sectors and has previously been a Trustee at various other charities - including St. Richard's Hospice in Worcester, where he was Treasurer, and the Royal Kennel Club, where he was a valued member of the Finance Committee.
We have some exciting times ahead and Jack's love for animals and all his other above-mentioned skills will help us immensely for a fabulous future.