Our next walk takes place this coming Sunday 24th February at Mistley.
Our March walk will be a lovely riverside walk in Hadleigh dedicated to the memory of Angie’s Husband John Upson who sadly passed away in January. Johnnie was a life long resident of Hadleigh. He adored all of his dogs and when he was well enough would often join us on our walks with his own dogs Alex and Troy. We hope to raise a glass to Johnnie in the George Public House after the walk. Details of all our walks can be found on our What’s on page
Our annual quiz is fast approaching. It takes place on 9th March at
Seckford Golf Club IP13 6NT. This is one of our biggest fundraisers of
the year. It would be lovely if you could come along. Tickets are £15
and include a hot meal. £5 from the sale of every ticket goes to our
branch. There will also be a raffle with numerous prizes. To reserve
your table for teams of 2 to 4 please contact Leigh. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 01473 636441 Thank you.
2019 got off to a flying start today with Benny going home to live with Oska who we previously homed. Good luck Benny we hope you and Oska will have many hours of fun together.
Magic and Des were both reserved today subject to home checks
Once again we were blessed with good weather for our walk. Over 70 Greyhounds and 9 of their pals joined us for our walk in Stutton today. They were joined by kennel dogs Chico, Leo and Bambi who all behaved well. Little Chico’s tail hardly stopped wagging. Thank you to everyone who helped set up the hall, made refreshments and helped to clear up at the end. For more photos visit our Facebook Page
Stutton New Years Day 2019 11am Meet at The Community Hall, Manningtree Road, Stutton IP9 2TA We have booked the Community Hall for tea, Coffee and biscuits after our walk to Alton Water. We hope to have a leader for a shorter walk for those who would like a more gentle stroll. Should nobody be available to lead a short walk we will make the usual long walk a little shorter or advise those not wanting to walk too far when we have reached the half way point so they may return to the hall if they wish to. All breeds of dogs are welcome.
92 greyhounds and 12 companion dogs joined us on a grey Boxing Day to walk off the Christmas excesses (and then eat mince pies and sausage rolls). Huge thanks to all those who made pies, rolls, tea and coffee, and to all for your kind donations.
The Doctor joined us from kennels and was a very good ambassador for all his friends needing homes.