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Tourism South East Member 2021/2022

The Berkshire branch, Trindledown Farm is set in 10 acres of farmland on the edge of the beautiful Lambourn Downs.

We are a rescue and rehoming centre that specialises in the care of elderly animals in their twilight years. Elderly animals make great companions for people looking to rehome a pet and can often suit those with the most sedentary of lifestyles. 

Opening times; 11am – 4pm, every day.

As members of the South East Tourism Board you can be sure of a warm welcome. Come and visit our beach themed Guinea Pig Village, feed the sheep, get crafty or meet friendly Alpacas. There’s lots to see and do.

Pop into Bailey’s Café for light refreshments. Open 11am-4pm, Wednesday - Sunday. Baileys Café is now part of the Chatty Café scheme!

The onsite shop Trindledown Treasures is full of new, nearly new and vintage donated goods. Open 11am- 4pm, every day.

We welcome local business to come along for team building days as well as individuals able to assist in the day to day care and fundraising for the animals.

Our unique meeting room is a great space to hire for private or corporate meetings and events. Catering/refreshment options are available.  Available to hire from just £15 per hour.

Trindledown Farm is delighted to be supported by Phoenix Brass Band as their chosen Charity of the Year.  They are an extremely talented group

Trindledown Farm has teamed up with Mole Valley Country Supplies in Newbury to ensure our field animals receive the best food and bedding at great rates.

We are forever grateful for donations to our centre. Please take a look here for our accepted donations list. We are open to the drop off of donations Monday – Sunday 11am – 4pm. Please give a call to let us know when you will be coming


14th June, 2021 to 28th June, 2021

Contact Us

NAWT Berkshire
Trindledown Farm
Wantage Road
Great Shefford
RG17 7DQ
Phone Number: 
01488 638584
Centre Manager: 
Tracy Waldron
Opening Times: 
1100 - 1600 every day (Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day) We regret that due to the coronavirus outbreak, NAWT centres will remain closed to visitors until further notice. However, we are able to recommence rehoming under strict guidelines which are based on the Government’s current social distancing and our sector’s infection control guidance. If you are interested in rehoming any of our animals, please contact the rehoming centre directly by phone or email.
For lost or stray dog information please go here.

Meet the Team


Tracy – Centre Manager
Tracy manages the day-to-day running of the NAWT Berkshire centre, and has the final say on all decisions made.

Natasha Tarrant

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 Peacock

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.

Cy & Beth



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.