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18 June 2014 by Redwings Press Office

It’s Rumpel’s birthday party and you’re invited!

On Sunday 13th July, Adoption horse Rumpel will be celebrating his seventh birthday at the Oxhill Visitor Centre with a fun-filled party and he’d love you to celebrate with him by coming along. Entry is free, so why not also bring your family and friends to make the day extra special?

Rumpel’s party will start at 11am with a special grooming session to make sure he is looking his birthday best, especially as at 1pm the handsome chap will lead a special parade.

Following the parade, Rumpel will tuck into a delicious birthday cake made from his most favourite horsey-treats!

As well as an opportunity to give Rumpel lots of pats and attention on his special day, guests will also be treated to an appearance from our mascots Red and Wings, who will arrive in time for a game of pass the parcel, and a quiz trail around the centre all about Rumpel. Make sure you collect your quiz sheets from the Visitor Centre as there will be a chance to win a prize!

If you haven’t already adopted Rumpel, you are still welcome to come along to his party. Also why not take a look at one of our adoption packs? The Redwings Adoption Club is a fun way to support and be part of our charity, and an adoption makes a great gift – especially if, like Rumpel, you have a loved one’s birthday coming up!

If you’re unable to attend the birthday party, but would like to donate some yummy treats for Rumpel on his special day follow this link to find out more.

For more information about visiting us, telephone 0870 040 0033 or email info@redwings.co.uk. We hope you to see you at the party!

 

Please note: Our playground is currently out of action while we make some repairs, we are very sorry for any inconvenience caused and hope it will be open again very soon!

 

 

Oxhill Visitor Centre, Warwickshire

Donkeys and Dinkys!

This lovely visitor centre has been granted VAQAS status (Quality Assured Visitor Attraction) and is home to adoption equines Major, Rumpel, Dylan, The Oxhill Donkeys and dinky pony Wensley along with more than 50 rescued horses, ponies and donkeys who would just love to make your acquaintance!

What to do

Quality Assured Visitor Attraction

There are regular guided tours of the centre and demonstrations of horse care given by the equine centre staff as well as the chance to cuddle the residents of course!

The centre also has a gift shop, information centre and café on site, serving sandwiches, toasties and delicious cake. We also have picnic areas for visitors to bring their own food if they so choose (please be aware we do not have an undercover area for picnics). Our children's play area is currently undergoing some repairs, but we hope it will be up and running soon.

What you think

Some feedback from our visitors … “So glad there are people in the world like you, that care”… “A great day out. Well done!”… “Lovely family day out, fantastic work you do. Loved it!!!”

Getting around

The centre is fully accessible to wheelchair users, with a concrete pathway through the middle of the site. There is a wheelchair available for loan. The site has an accessible WC and plenty of parking. Some of our picnic tables are suitable for wheelchairs too. We suggest that visitors wear sturdy shoes!

 

Group bookings

Group Bookings

We welcome groups at our centres! To find out more about making a group booking to Redwings Oxhill Visitor Centre, please click here.

How to find us

On the A422 in Warwickshire CV35 0RP, 10 miles south of Stratford upon Avon.

Opening times

Open every day from 10am to 4pm. Entry is free!

 

For visitors with a disability
Download our access statement here.

Facilities

  • Disabled Parking

  • Disabled Toilets

  • Free Parking

  • Keep Dogs on Lead

  • Gift Shop

  • Refreshments

  • Picnic

Visitor Helpline

If you have a question or special requirement please telephone our Visitor Helpline on 0870 040 0033.

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