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Animal welfare and other charities miss out on government support packages *H&H Plus*

When chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a £750m government support package for frontline organisations last week, animal welfare charities were not mentioned. H&H finds out what impact this is likely to have on equestrian organisations in the voluntary sector...

Equine and animal welfare charities struggling during the coronavirus pandemic do not appear to be included in emergency government funding.

H&H has reported that charities have been hit hard by movement restrictions, as visitor centres close and open days and other events have had to be cancelled, as are the shows at which the charities often had trade stands.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a £750m government support package for frontline organisations last week, but animal charities were not mentioned.

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