Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab MP Officially Opens Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation’s New Office

Foreign Secretary The Rt Hon Dominic Raab MP officially new office in Hampton Court.

MEDIA RELEASE – Foreign Secretary The Rt Hon Dominic Raab MP officially opens Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation’s new Office, 4th December 2020

The Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation welcomed The Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to formally open the new offices in Hampton Court.

Lorraine Platt Co – Founder of Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation said:

“We were delighted to welcome Dominic to our office today. Dominic has been a long-time advocate of advancing animal welfare and indeed was one of the Founder Patrons of the Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation, We enjoyed a good discussion on our key animal welfare campaigns including our campaign to end live animal exports for slaughter and fattening.”

Dominic Raab is the MP for Esher and Walton and our offices in Hampton Court fall within in his constituency. Dominic Raab was a Founder Patron of Conservatives Against Fox Hunting which was launched in 2010.


About Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation (CAWF)

The Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation was established in 2016 to raise awareness on the lives of billions of animals reared on intensive farms around the world and how this impacts upon animal welfare, the environment and people’s health. We want to highlight the action people can take to help advance farm animal welfare.

Animal welfare is an increasing concern amongst the general public, who frequently look to Government to take the lead in both maintaining and improving standards

The Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation believe it’s highly important that the welfare of farm animals is placed at the forefront of the Governments plan for food and farming along with its focus on productivity, competitiveness and technology.


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