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My wife Geraldine had Pooh the Donkey adopted for her by one of her friends as a Birthday Present in July this year. This was our first chance to visit the sanctuary and we made the trip down from South Wales to coincide with the...More
Went down to visit one of our adoption donkeys. It a lovely centre with lovely people looking after the donkeys. The staff were very friendly and a nice lady took us to find our donkey. Had a piece of delightful cake and a good cup...More
Lovely staff who take you on a tour. They know their donkeys and their individual personalities. Told us about their work there and showed us a donkey being trained. Unusual andinteresting gifts to buy in their shop. The homemade cakes are lovely. Do stop at...More
Went to see Eeyore, my adoption donkey. Lovely lady showed me round and told me everything about The Donkey Sanctuary, Eeyore and all the work they do. So interesting and everyone was very welcoming and so enthusiastic and passionate about what they do.
I visited with my teenage daughter and elderly parents. The welcome on this rainy day was overwhelmingly wonderful. The lady who showed us around offered fabulous service and she gave us history of the donkeys. A lovely warm place. Wonderful donkeys that you can get...More
We visited the Donkey Sanctuary for their carol service, staff and volunteers very friendly and talkative, donkeys very well looked after, and a well conducted and enjoyable carol service. Coffee and cakes served afterwards delicious. Would definitely recommend attending any event here. The guy selling...More
As donkey adoptees, we wanted to visit this place on road to Cornwall.
Not disappointed. Welcoming helpful staff who really appreciated us travelling down from Scotland to see them.
Had to drag my wife away after 2 hours.
Part of the international Donkey Sanctuary tucked away on a lane just outside Ivybridge. Can be deceptive to find as the entrance runs along side a local vetinary practice and to the side of Filham Park further up the lane. It is signposted.