Project information

Lluest Hay Barn

Need to provide separate hay storage away from rescued horses in isolation

December 2016 - January 2017

Charity information

Lluest Horse and Pony Trust

Lluest Horse and Pony Trust logo
  • Need


    Currently the hay barn is located between two isolation units which could potentially lead to the contamination of the hay. To avoid this occurring we need a dedicated separate hay barn.


    It will reduce the potential risk of contamination/potential and will reduce the number of staff entering the unit which in turn will enable staff to work more efficiently and effectively.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To have clean, dry un-contiminated storage area for hay.


    » Build a new hay barn

    New hay barn design and relocated to a more suitable area

    Aim 2

    Help staff work more efficently through relocation of hay barn and also managing stock of hay


    » Relocation and design of hay barn will enable staff to access hay more easily and ordering and stocking of hay can be done more effectively.

    Staff will spend less time unloading and transporting hay and barn relocated nearer to the main stables.

  • Impact


    New hay barn will enable the project to re address the number of rescues that can be managed at a particular time as the relocation will provide us with an additional isolation area.


    Planning permission has been sought and approval and terms need to be finalised. Expert advice has been sought regarding this as the farm is located in Brecon Beacons National Park


    Press release, personal thank yous and article in newsletter. For donations over a certain amount their name will appear on bunting which will hang in the barn.

    Opportunity for donors to visit when annual Open Day held.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £20,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £1,000 Salary Project management costs
      £6,500 Set up laying foundations, site clearance, drainage
      £12,500 Hay barn Construction and erection of hay barn
  • Background


    Beili Bedw Farm is situated on the edge of the Brecon Beacon National Park - an area where there are few job opportunities for young people.


    Resuced horses and staff will benefit as well as local suppliers

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    Our charity is the only equine rescue and rehabilitation centre in the area. Lluest was established as a registered charity in 1985

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Sarah Jenkins

    Finance and development manager who is a qualified chartered accountant with experIence within voluntary, public and business sectors

    Dionne Schuurman

    Yard manager for Lluest who has vast equine experince and qualifications. Dionne was taught to ride by the late founder of Lluest