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Stamford to take part in jam-pecked June with record hen rehoming

This summer is set to be a record breaker for a national hen welfare charity, with more than 14,000 birds being saved from slaughter – 300 of which will be rehomed in Lincolnshire.

The British Hen Welfare Trust’s network of 900+ volunteers will be flocking to farms all over the UK to take hens out of their cages, with the end goal being to rehome them in people’s back gardens.

BUT the charity needs the public’s help and as part of it, is staging a hen rehoming in Stamford on Sunday.

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