Artisan Rare Breeds Director, Wayne is a hero!

Shoutout for Wayne May and his local animal rescue, Artisan Rare Breeds! Yesterday afternoon an air ambulance landed in a horse field on London Road near Bluewater which subsequently scared all the horse’s. One of the horses became impaled on the fence, the fire brigade were called along with Artisan Rare Breeds director, Wayne. Wayne arrived before all the emergency services and quickly stopped all the traffic, putting his life in danger and safely freed the horse within 15 minutes.  He handled the whole situation calmly and professionally and all in the Dartford Community are very grateful! WHAT A HERO!!

Wayne has been working hard rescuing and looking after animals for many years and right now he needs your donations to help fund for more food for the animals in his care! You can donate via PayPal to artisanrarebreeds@gmail.com or you can contact them to arrange an alternative method of donation. Thank you.

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    Stephen 7 months ago

    Nice one Wayne!

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      Caroline 7 months ago

      Thanks Dog lost, I saw this unfold the other day, thankfully the horse was ok and well thanks to the swift actions of the public and artisan rescue, unfortunately wayne didn’t hang around for anyone to say thanks for his prompt actions, leaving as quick as he arrived, I hope the local papers pick up on this, a lovely story and lovely ending, much needed in this current climate.

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        Jayne 7 months ago

        Do let them know! Send the link to the blog story to them….

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    Martin 7 months ago

    Keep the good work up Wayne You’re doing a good job over the years

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    Vicki 7 months ago

    Definitely my hero x

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    CJ 7 months ago

    Wayne to the rescue yet again..well done helping others as well as all tour rescue animals.
    .I think he changes into his cape in the nearest phone box..!!

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