19 May 2015
Think you work hard in the gym? Donkeys in brick kilns burning up to 53,000 calories a day shifting tonnes of bricks
14 May 2015
Vets in Pakistan working for global equine welfare charity the Brooke have collaborated with the University of Bristol on a newly published paper to discover whether a donkey is in pain by just being observed.
15 April 2015
Ross proposed to Celeste whilst on holiday together in Vietnam and suggested that instead of buying an expensive diamond ring, they could use the money to help out a cause close to Celeste’s heart - The Brooke.
9 April 2015
Melissa Liszewski, Animal Welfare Advisor for the Brooke, has been presented with the Charity Professional of the year 2015 award from CEVA.
26 March 2015
The man who listens to horses, Monty Roberts formally becomes Brooke Global Ambassador at his demonstration at Hadlow College, Kent.
20 March 2015
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall officially launched Brooke USA at a reception for Brooke donors and guests at Churchill Downs, Kentucky.
8 March 2015
The Brooke marks International Women's Day by sharing stories of the women working with working equines across the world.
3 March 2015
The Sir Peter O’Sullevan Charitable Trust has recently donated £50,000 to equine welfare charity the Brooke, bringing the total it has raised for the charity to over £600,000 in the last 18 years, helping improve the lives of millions of working horses, donkeys and mules across the world.
13 February 2015
Double Olympic Gold Medallist Charlotte Dujardin today announced her first official charity partnership, becoming Global Ambassador for equine welfare charity the Brooke.
5 February 2015
The Brooke has worked with the government to change by-laws in Halaba, Ethiopia, which will allow its teams to euthanise abandoned working equines when extreme injuries or disease mean they are beyond medical help.
19 December 2014
The Brooke and KSPCA work together to rescue donkeys used in political protest in Nairobi, Kenya
16 December 2014
Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, has announced that he supports an immediate ban on the use of carriage horses in the city. Our Head of Animal Welfare & Research, Karen Reed, comments on the debate.
10 December 2014
Part two of a study conducted by Brooke Pakistan and the University of Bristol to document how donkeys show pain.
10 December 2014
The Brooke has been involved in three studies and a conference report featured in a new collection, published online this month by the Equine Veterinary Journal.
30 October 2014
An international taskforce coordinated by the Brooke has launched a responsible tourism campaign to tackle common problems seen at the Petra UNESCO world heritage site.
28 October 2014
The Brooke has gained a last minute place for the Zombie Evacuation run at Allianz Park, London. The race is on to claim the place.
12 October 2014
Petra Ingram, Chief Executive for the Brooke, took on the first big run of her life to raise money for the Brooke in its 80th Anniversary.
9 October 2014
The Brooke has launched a new Brooke shop catalogue featuring new Christmas card designs and gifts to help working horses, donkeys and mules across the world.
26 September 2014
Internationally renowned horse trainer Monty Roberts is visiting rural communities around India to see the work of the Brooke.
18 September 2014
The Brooke has successfully helped to save hundreds of horses from starvation, following a two stage emergency feeding programme in Nicaragua.
5 August 2014
A new study carried out by the University of Bristol and funded by the Brooke looks at the behavioural traits of donkeys.
4 July 2014
A poster detailing some of the Brooke’s world-leading equine research has been recognised with a top award at the 7th International Colloquium for Working Equids.
1 July 2014
The Brooke are presenting five talks and 28 posters at the 7th International Colloquium on Working Equids 2014
12 June 2014
The Brooke has today started emergency feeding hundreds of starving horses in drought-stricken Nicaragua.
14 May 2014
Our new report reveals the views of women in developing countries, caring for and benefiting working donkeys, horses and mules.
12 May 2014
New animation from the Brooke shows how common office annoyances are nothing compared to the jobs done by horses donkeys and mules around the world
The Brooke has re-printed the iconic diaries of its founder Dorothy Brooke to mark 80 years since it first opened its doors to help suffering horses, donkeys and mules.
8 April 2014
The Brooke is developing a brand new welfare assessment app for Android
10 March 2014
The Brooke has released the world's first working equid veterinary manual, combining 80 years of experience
4 February 2014
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall held a special luncheon at her home on Tuesday 4 February as part of celebrations for the Brooke’s 80th anniversary.
28 January 2014
Today HRH The Duchess of Cornwall kicked off the Brooke's 80th Anniversary celebrations, meeting supporters, volunteers and staff at the Life Through a Lens photography exhibition.
14 January 2014
The Brooke’s 80th anniversary year celebrations got off to an impressive start at the special private view of our photographic exhibition Over 200 guests, including some well-known faces, joined us at London’s St-Martin-in-the-Fields where our special photographer, former champion jockey Richard Dunwoody MBE, showed off his captivating photographs recording the work of the Brooke.
8 November 2013
One in ten women claim they love their pet MORE than their partner, a study revealed yesterday.Nearly a third said their levels of love for their pet were exactly the same as those they harboured for their husband or boyfriend.
The Dragon's Den star highlights the Brooke's work by visiting Brooke India and the brick kilns