There will be light refreshments available, along with crafts stalls, tombola etc.
Over the past 31 years, Dogs for Good’s assistance dogs have transformed the lives of thousands of adults and children with a range of physical disabilities, including children with autism, providing practical support, increasing confidence and enabling greater independence. It also trains activity and therapy dogs to work with specialist handlers in communities and schools and its Family Dog team also gives specialist advice and support to help people get the most out of their relationship with their pet dog.
It costs over £20,000 to train and support each assistance dog and it is estimated that 100,000 people in the UK could benefit from an assistance dog. Dogs for Good receives no government funding and relies entirely on donations, fundraising and volunteers to continue its pioneering work so anyone who’d like to get involved is assured a very warm welcome – speak to Vicky on 07751 027540 for more details. www.dogsforgood.org.