Sponsor an animal - £45


The perfect gift for birthdays, anniversaries, Valentines, Mother's Day, Father's Day, as a thank you or farewell gift!

Animal sponsorships are valid for a year and cost just £45. The sponsorship fee helps towards the cost of their care throughout the year.

All of our alpacas currently have a sponsor but get in touch if you would like to join a waiting list.

Your £45 sponsorship fee includes:

  • A sponsorship certificate
  • A welcome letter with details about and a photograph of your sponsored animal
  • Jo's fact book "So.... What IS an alpaca?!"
  • An invitation to attend a "Meet and Greet" session with your animal in July , just for our sponsors! You will also meet any newly born cria (babies)
  • A slice of homemade cake and refreshments during your visit
    • (Children under the age of 14 may be accompanied by one adult)

Scroll down to learn about our girls and boys.
We only have one sponsor per alpaca so you get time with your own alpaca on Sponsor's Day.

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Sponsored by Carole Grimstead

Freddie - D.O.B 11th July 2017

Freddie hit the ground running and we're sure is going to be a handful. His middle name is Farquad - ask James..... He is son to Kattia and Kilimianjaro and will grow to be a strong fine boy.

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Sponsored by Zara-Grace

Kilimanjaro - D.O.B 25th August 2007

We bought Kili at an auction on 23rd March 2013 from Just Alpacas as a working stud male and he has done himself proud. He has so far produced 10 cria for us, 6 females and 4 males. He is also one of our best walker boys.

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Sponsored by Clare Hinchcliffe

Freckle - D.O.B 4th August 2017

Freckle is first born to Delilah and dad is Kilimanjaro. He is a beautiful mid fawn colour and we are excited to see his character and fleece grown.

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Sponsored by Fiona Thompson

Fiona D.O.B 18th July 2017

Fiona has a stunning fleece and is firstborn to our new stud boy Barney, and daughter to Lucinda. She is a beautiful light fawn colour now she has dried off and we have high hopes for her fleece as she grows. Fiona is a Huacaya alpaca.

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Sponsored by Nichola Long

Caramel D.O.B 8th June 2014

Caramel is a real beauty! Daughter to Eclipse and Kilimanjaro she was born here on the farm. She is the prettiest female (but don't tell the others!). She is a Huacaya alpaca. Caramel is painted on our lovely bone china mugs, available to buy in our shop. Caramel's first born cria, Faith only lived for 10 days but we are hopeful that she will have another in 2019

Sir Keith D.O.B 20th August 2009

Keith came to us in May 2012 as a nearly 3 year old as part of our original herd. Sir Keith is a Huacaya alpaca. He wasn't halter trained but with gentle training has now become a regular member of our walking team with his calm and gentle nature.

Dot - D.O.B 1st July 2015

Dot was born by c/section on the hottest day of the year! Her mummy hasn't ever had anything to do with her sadly so Dot joined Dolly as a bottlefed baby and they have become best friends. She is very little and very very cute. Everyone just loves her! Dot is also a star in Jo's book "And ... are alpacas REALLY scary?!

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Hermes- D.O.B 29th January 2007

Hermes was bought as a stud male as part of our original herd. He is a Huacaya alpaca. He is a very pretty boy and always has an eye on the ladies, despite the fact that he is now retired (but ever hopeful!!). Hermes is a strong member of our walking team and a delight to work with

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Sponsored by Chris and Jane Kierstenson

Darcy - D.O.B 24th June 2015

Darcy is daughter to Lucinda and Kilimanjaro. She has always been really interested in everything, and explores everything with her mouth, just like a toddler. She was fascinated when Dolly and Dot were bottlefed and used to come and suck a finger just so she wasn't left out. Will still pick up everything just to see how it feels. Darcy is delightful!

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