Project Pig

Sam Dolman

Target: £100.00



Start Date: 24-Jan-2011

End Date: 12-Feb-2011

Event Date: 12-Feb-2011

About my fundraising

To help raise funds for 'Saving Rare Breeds'. They are involved with the preservation of rare breed livestock. Project Pig is their first fundraising project for 2011. The British Lop is the rarest of the UK's native pig breeds with currently under 200 registered breeding females. They are considered endangered.

£100 could provide some of these pigs with food for a year. It could provide drinkers and feeders, or go towards a pig arc for them.

On February 12th I will be taking part in 'Hellrunner', a 12 mile off road running challenge. Please sponsor me for my few hours of pain! Help raise money for the piggies;o)

Please see the 'Blog Updates' in the bottom right hand corner to see the latest news

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Tricia Gdonation25-Jan-2011£15.00£4.20Good on yer Sam! lotsalove Tx
Stephen Scottdonation24-Jan-2011£25.00£7.00Good luck mate. Do it for the piglets!

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  • The Race

    This is my little video of ‘Hellrunner’ the sponsored run I took part in yesterday for ‘Project Pig’.   The footage is basically from the s

    Posted: Sun, 13 Feb 2011 22:47
  • The Litter of British Lops

    This pictures shows the litter from which our lops will come. They are all doing well and the Sow is being a great mother.

    Posted: Mon, 31 Jan 2011 18:53
  • About British Lops

    British Lop PigsThe British Lop is a large, white pig with large ears that fall forward over its face. Originating from the West Country they can now

    Posted: Tue, 25 Jan 2011 19:26

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