NAWT Berkshire, Trindledown Farm, is set in 10 acres of farmland on the edge of the beautiful Lambourn Downs and is a rescue and rehoming centre, specialising in the care of elderly animals. We have a wide variety of animals on site from dogs and cats, to birds, guinea pigs and alpacas.
We are also an exciting tourist attraction. Why not come visit and spend the day at Trindledown? Click here for more information on how to plan your day.
We are open Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 4pm for visitors. Entry to the farm is via a donation to the charity.
Bailey’s Café is open Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 4pm. Our café is part of the Chatty café Scheme.
Our paddock is available for hire, ideal for exercising your dog or simply as a safe place to practice recall. Details can be found below:
We are committed to our community; click the button below for our advice pages.
We welcome local businesses, no matter the size, to come along for Corporate Team Challenge Days. Call us for more information.
We are forever grateful for donations to our centre. Please take a look here for our accepted donations list. Please give a call to let us know when you will be coming.
We would like to give thanks to the Phoenix Brass Band who have chosen us as their charity of the year and Mole Valley Country Supplies in Newbury who ensure our field animals receive the best food and bedding at great rates.
Tracy – Centre Manager
Tracy manages the day-to-day running of the NAWT Berkshire centre.
Natasha – Animal Care Leader
Natasha heads up the Animal Care Team at NAWT Berkshire, ensuring that every animal is designated a member of staff each day to be responsible for their care, training and exercise.
Sarah – Receptionist and Administrator
Sarah runs the busy reception area at the NAWT Berkshire centre and is responsible for ensuring the centre’s paperwork is up-to-date and filed securely.
Beth - Events & Volunteer Co-ordinator
Cy - Fundraising & Supporter Relations Officer
Cy & Beth spend their time working with our fantastic volunteers, local businesses and supporters to raise vital funds for the centre.