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Mark Nelson BVMS MRCVS

MMark Nelsonark Nelson has been Foal Farm’s regular veterinary surgeon since 1994 and Patron of Foal Farm since 2004

He has a surgery in Westerham at:
The Old Corn Store
London Road
Kent, TN16 1DR
Tel. 01959 569472

And another at:
81 Woodville Road
Thornton Heath
Surrey, CR7 8LN
Tel.0208 771 7555

Eryl Davies BVSc MRCVS

Eryl vet2

We would like to welcome Eryl Davies BVSc MRCVS of Putlands Vets as a newly appointed patron of FOAL Farm.

Eryl is a highly regarded ‘old school’ veterinary surgeon who has been treating our large animals at FOAL for many years. Respected for his commitment to animal welfare, professionalism and affable nature, Eryl is an indispensable member of The FOAL Team.


Eryl is the proprietor of:

Putlands Veterinary Surgery,

Maidstone Road, Paddock Wood,

Tonbridge, Kent. TN12 6DZ

01892 835 456


Tyber Cranstoun


Tyber Cranstoun is the lead singer of popular Bromley based ska & reggae band “The Dualers” Tyber became a patron in 2015 he regularly visits the farm and takes time out to perform at some of our events. Tyber is passionate about animals and owns a German Shepherd and also a French Bulldog.





Sarah Fisher

Sarah FisherSarah Fisher runs the UK office for TTEAM & TTouch International, writes for national magazines and teaches one and two day workshops as well as working with private clients.

This therapy for animals presents solutions to common physical and behavioural problems and has been shown to improve performance in health. An additional benefit is that it also helps to establish a deeper rapport between humans and animals through increased understanding and more effective communication.

Sarah trained with Linda Tellington Jones and Robyn Hood and is the UK’s highest qualified Equine and Companion Animal Instructor.

Sarah works with the Holly Hedge Sanctuary and Battersea Dogs Home. She also teaches staff workshops for many national animal charities including Wood Green, DogsTrust (NCDL) and the Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Centre. She became a patron of Foal Farm in 2006.

Duncan Green

Duncan GreenLt Col Duncan Green was Director General of Battersea Cats and Dogs Home for 14 years and retired in 2007. He was appointed CBE in the same year.

A spokeswoman at Battersea said: “He was very much hands on and would do a daily check of the animals and speak to staff and he took several cats and dogs home with him.”

Col Green is a regular judge at the Foal Farm Country Festival Day arena events and became a patron in 2007.