Horses & Ponies do business at Bransby

Horses & Ponies do business at Bransby

For our Lincolnshire March Connect Reception we are going rural for business connecting, as we are to be hosted by the wonderful Bransby Horses.

Tuesday, 10th March, 6-8pm
Bransby Horses, Bransby, Lincoln. LN1 2PH
(Free Car Parking on-site - accessible venue)

In fact the horses, ponies and donkeys will be on hand to host this special reception along with private dining chef, Darren Rogan.

Bransby Horses was founded back in 1968 by the late Peter Hunt who was a passionate animal lover. Today the charity provides an excellent equine rescue and welfare service for ponies, horses, donkeys and mules, although Bransby is more commonly though of as stables and a riding school. Bransby Horses is a registered charity who have been looking after rescue animals, sometimes arriving near to death or starvation, coming from situations of abuse or just being abandoned.

Bransby Horses focus on rehabilitation and careful handling to give animals a second lease of life with currently over 900 horses in their care across their own sites or in foster care. Although Bransby is a local Lincolnshire charity they receive no direct funding and have rescued animals from all over the country, so their impact over the last 50 years has been amazing. Bransby Horses have a whole range of activity family days, open days for fostering, team away days and corporate and business events, as well as meeting room spaces for events, workshops, training sessions, board days, all set within the grounds at Bransby, with perfect green views, fresh air and the odd equine companion. A Visitor Centre with a great cafe, Bransby Horse is a place to visit with friends and families, but also somewhere for businesses to meet and and engage in this great community animal charity which has much more to offer business and the wider community than locals might think.

Yellowbelly Chef

We are also delighted to be joined by private dining chef, Darren Rogan, Chef Director of By Darren Rogan who will be on hand and serving up some delicious cuisine with his passion and flair for food and creating unique dishes of culinary splendour; bringing the restaurant experience to you. 

Darren started working with food at the age of just 15, he is a great advocate of local Lincolnshire produce and has a talent for creating dishes which look impressive visually, but also wow the tastebuds, creating a perfect balance of taste, matched with style and presentation.

Horses, ponies and fine food is all on offer for our March Connect Reception, so we very much hope you will be able to join us, for our usual KuKu style business connecting. See you in March.

Our receptions are relaxed and informal with complimentary hospitality with no pitches, no presentations and no push, so if you have not attended a Connect Reception before then you can attend as a our free guest - simply email the KuKu Team at:

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