Animal sanctuary forced to move as farmer sells up

A couple who run an animal sanctuary in Didcot face an uncertain future as the farmer whose land they live on is selling up.

It has been David and Julia Vaughan's home for the past three years where they have looked after hundreds of animals since setting up their refuge on the land near the power station.

The project began small but is now a full time job for the couple.

Penny Silvester went to meet the pair who have been given their marching orders.

Penny spoke to David and Julia Vaughan who run the animal sanctuary.