The Northern Animal Rights Network (NARN) is an umbrella organisation for groups campaigning against animal abuse in the North of England. NARN campaign on a variety of issues, one being focusing on pets. They also campaign against animal testing, furs, foie gras and greyhound racing. We actively work to investigates and expose animal cruelty whilst promoting a cruelty-free lifestyle.
Through protest and education, we seek to play a part in actively achieving change for abused animals. By taking our campaigns directly to those involved in promoting cruelty, for example shops selling fur or restaurants serving foir gras, we stand up and fight for justice.
NARN supports animal rights groups in the North, including those in the following counties; Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Merseyside, North Lincolnshire, Tyne & Wear and Yorkshire. We also work closely with other regional networks across the UK.