Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary was formed in 1983 following the plight of the horses on Rainham Marshes, where over 100 horses were left on the bleak marshland, as the water inlets flooded, they became cut off resulting in 13 horses dying in the most awful conditions.

REMUS MEMORIAL HORSE SANCTUARY provides lifetime help and care for horses, ponies, donkeys, goats, sheep, pigs & cows, who are victims of physical and mental abuse, be it as a result or ignorance or malicious intent. Full history and information can be found here.

HRH Countess of Wessex visited REMUS in July 2013, and soon after the visit she accepted invitation and became Their Royal Patron.
Picture courtesy of Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary

Sue Burton, Founder & Manager of the Sanctuary said: “The Countess of Wessex is a very warm lady and was genuinely interested in our work and the welfare of the animals, we were thrilled when she kindly accepted our invitation to be Royal Patron of the Sanctuary.” Read more here.

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