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Summer Open Day at Dogs Trust Snetterton

15:13 25 May 2012

Dogs Trust Snetterton

Dogs Trust Snetterton's Summer Open Day 2011. The charity is holding another open day this year - on Sunday, June 10.

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Dogs Trust Snetterton promises activities to suit all ages at this year’s Summer Open Day on Sunday, June 10.

There will be an all-day Fun Dog Show, with games and categories including ‘Best Rescue Dog’, ‘Most Handsome Dog’ and ‘Musical Mats’; a giant dog tombola; and a Doggy Game Zone where pets can try their paws at Have-A-Go Agility and Dog Scurry.

Other attractions include face painting, donkey rides, bouncy castle, inflatable slide, refreshments and gift and craft stalls.

Activities start from noon (11.30am for dog show registration) at the centre at North End Road, Snetterton, ending at 4pm with the announcement of the winner of the grand raffle.

Entrance costs £2 per car. All funds raised will help the charity look after the 70 stray, abandoned and unwanted dogs cared for at the rehoming centre at any one time.

For details, call Dogs Trust Snetterton on 01953 498012 or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk

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