An interview with volunteer Bradley D’Silva
Tell us a bit about yourself
I am studying for a sports degree and currently undergoing my second year in which I have to do work experience. I chose Easy Horse Care Rescue Centre because not only would I be working for a well respected charity, but also for a worthwhile cause.
How did you find out about the Easy Horse Care Rescue Centre?
I had been reading about Faith in the local newspapers and how the Centre needs the help of the public and thought I could help towards Sue and Rod fulfilling their vision of rescuing mistreated horses, ponies and donkeys in the Alicante region of Spain.
Describe what you do as a volunteer?
My duties include feeding, grooming, exercising the horses and helping in whatever shape or form.
I work 36 hours a week (set by my college).There have been days where help has been needed for the open days and pony club, it’s safe to say no day is the same here at the Centre.
The best part is getting to know the horses. They all have different personalities, backgrounds and a habit which is one of the main reasons I chose to work with horses.
Would you recommend volunteering at the Easy Horse Care Rescue Centre? If so, why?
I strongly recommend volunteering here at the Easy Horse Care Rescue Centre. No experience is needed, just a couple of hours of your free time.
Being part of such an amazing charity is so rewarding in many ways. I haven’t been here long and already I have met such an inspiring team of people dedicated to putting all their time and energy into making sure every horse, no matter what size has a happier future.