We had a stall at the Dogs Trust‘s Family Fun Day again last Sunday. This is one of our favourite events as there are usually at least as many dogs as humans and they just all have such a great time.
It is always a very successful event for the Dogs Trust too and it’s just amazing to see all these people come out in support of the dogs.
We had a very successful stall and took just under £400. Our teddy bear tombola and dog treat trials were very popular as usual. Babs, who came all the way from Somerset to help on the day, brought her very popular hand made dog duvets as well, which sold like hotcakes. Mike brought his exceptionally cute little canine assistant Haggis, who certainly helped get people to our stall.
Below are some photos for those of you who couldn’t be there with us
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Wishing you all a very happy New Year and most of all, may this be a year for the animals. More rescues, more awareness and less suffering!
Let us all do what we can, every little really does help, so never think there is nothing you can do when you’re overwhelmed by all the suffering you see. Together we can make a huge difference! UNTIL THE CRUELTY ENDS!
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Come and join us for this dramatic, imaginative, exotic and tragic one man show in the garden of a private residence in Hampstead on Saturday 5 July at 3.00pm
The event is sponsored by the Co-operative, Hampstead and all proceeds will go towards Animals Asia’s conversion of a bear bile farm in Nanning, Southern China, into a sanctuary. For those of you who haven’t read about this amazing and unique project yet, please visit Animals Asia’s website to read how the lives of the 130 bears at the bear bile farm are going to be transformed.
The ticket price of £15 includes supper and wine
Dionysus was a Greek God like no other. He loved all of nature and to him it was the essence of life and death.
He hated conformity. He worshipped wildness and liberty.
Dionysus had a vision of a true wilderness with ivy, wild flowers and vines covering the whole of Greece and where no animal would be in chains.
The woman folk would join him on the mountain top, all drinking copious amounts of wine through the day and night, and dancing barefoot through the wild, mysterious forest.
He was brought up by the nymphs so he had a great understanding and passion of all things feminine and free
You can book online here or if you’d rather pay by cheque or cash please complete the form below and we’ll get back to you with details.
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