A donkey sanctuary in Cornwall will be holding its first ever Winter Fayre this next month.

The Flicka Foundation donkey sanctuary, located in Mabe, will be holding its first ever Winter Fayre in December with visitors able to meet the donkeys living at the sanctuary.

The fayre will take place on December 11 from 11am to 3:30pm

The foundation's winter fayre will include festive activities such as Christmas shopping, stalls, a cake sale, crafts, a raffle and the opportunity to adopt a donkey as well as much more family fun.

A spokesperson for the Flicka Foundation donkey sanctuary said: "This will be our first ever Winter Fayre and, given the circumstances of the last two years, we are hoping it will be a big event!

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"We are going to have lots of stalls, cakes, games and donkeys!

"Flicka's Winter Fayre is on the December 11.

"Please come and join in the festivities and fun and know you are really helping the donkeys.

"The proceeds from both these festive events will go towards The Lonely & Primrose Hospital."

Founded in 1995 by Mary Berryman, the Flicka Foundation donkey sanctuary provides a home for both donkeys and horses who have been rescued from abuse, abandonment and neglect.

For more information, visit: flickafoundation.org.uk/