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14 September 2016

The year in review – Annual Report 2015-16 now published.

UFAW’s Annual Report has now been published and highlights a year of steady progression, with various activities and grants totalling over £72,000 awarded to support a wide range of projects which have the potential to benefit large numbers of animals from wild birds and water voles to chickens, pigs and cattle. 

In addition, a major three-year project was started during the year, which has the potential to affect the welfare of very large numbers of farmed poultry and might be extended to other farmed species..   

UFAW’s Chief Executive Dr Robert Hubrecht said: “We are extremely grateful to all of UFAW’s members and supporters who have made this research, and other activities described in the Annual Report, possible.  Their generosity and ongoing support is reflected in the number and breadth of species of animals we’ve been able to assist this year.”

You can download the 2015-16 Annual Report here or request a printed copy by calling the office on 01582 831818.