Another new update regarding Dorin (22nd November 2023)
We are very pleased to report that Dorin is out of hospital and making slow but sure progress with her recovery. The Fen Bank family send our best wishes and seasonal greetings..
2nd update for you (29th September) regarding Dorin.
We are so pleased to report that Dorin’s condition continues to improve steadily.
We are also very pleased to report that three people have been arrested and charged with numerous offences of theft and assault relating to the attack on Dorin. Of the three, one (a man aged 29) has been remanded in custody and two women aged 22 and 46 have been released on bail.
Further to the bulletin below about one of our patrons, Dorin Boyce, we are very pleased to be able to update you on her improving condition.
We are happy to report that Dorin is slowly on the mend. She has responded to our Facebook message thanking us and saying that Greyhounds are still her favourite!
She is still receiving treatment for her injuries in hospital but continues to improve. One of her many friends reports that she is “still feisty” which is always a good sign.
Get well soon, Dorin.
THE ORIGINAL FEN BANK BULLETIN SAID –
Many of you will know or have heard of Dorin Boyce who is one of our two Fen Bank Patrons.
Dorin is 86 and owns and runs the Woodbourne Boarding and Rescue Kennels in St Philip, Barbados, in the Caribbean.
Late on the evening of Wednesday 6th September she was alone at home when she was attacked, severely beaten and robbed by intruders and as a result she suffered very serious injuries. She is currently in the nearby Queen Elizabeth hospital receiving treatment. Her condition appears to be improving slowly and she is now able to talk a little.
Dorin has spent a lifetime looking after dogs, feeding or taking in strays and donating money widely to support animal welfare charities, including Fen Bank.
All of us at Fen bank send our best wishes to Dorin for a
We will update this page as we get any further