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The Grand National Meeting – Deadlier Than Ever

Last year’s Aintree Grand National Meeting (2016) was the most deadly this century. Six horses died as a result of the three days of racing. Despite the authorities stating the race itself is getting safer,...

Posted 30 Mar 2017

Join the Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale

Can you help Animal Aid by baking and selling vegan goodies? From 15-30 April, please join people all over the globe taking part in the Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale. The idea behind it is simple. Bake...

Posted 27 Mar 2017

Horse Racing Awareness Week – 1-8 April 2017

For those horrified by the horse deaths at the 2017 Cheltenham Festival, please make a pledge to help with Animal Aid's Horse Racing Awareness Week, which takes place in the days leading up to the...

Posted 22 Mar 2017

Hatching a problem

Animal Aid's new Education resource highlights the problems with hatching projects in primary school.

Posted 17 Mar 2017

Consul De Thaix killed at Cheltenham

After disturbing scenes of horse suffering on the first day of the Cheltenham Festival, day two claimed a victim in the first race of the afternoon when 5-year-old gelding Consul De Thaix broke his neck...

Posted 15 Mar 2017

Guinness STILL isn’t vegan

Back in November 2015, Guinness made a huge announcement. After more than 250 years of brewing, the makers of the world-famous Irish stout were making a big change to their beer – they were finally...

Posted 15 Mar 2017

Please speak out for grey squirrels!

We need your help to stop disturbing new plans to continue with a mass cull of grey squirrels, and even recruit volunteers who will bludgeon these animals to death. The plans are part of a...

Posted 08 Mar 2017

grey squirrel with nuts