Lavenham Walk

Thank you to Greyhound Walks for welcoming us on their walk today.  56 hounds and their owners took part in a beautiful walk in Lavenham and the surrounding countryside.
Many thanks also to the people who donated raffle / tombola prizes and money.
Photos from today’s walk can be found on our Facebook page.

Our next walk will be on 19th November in Felixstowe please see full details on our what’s on page.

 

Lavenham Walk

We will be joining our friends from Greyhound Walks on their walk in Lavenham on Sunday 15th.  Please meet in the Church Street car park CO10 9SA at 11am.  Please note that as per their walks policy this is a walk for sight hounds only.
Our next walk will be in Felixstowe in November.  Please see the whats on page for full details of both walks.

Rendham Walk

We were blessed with another fantastic day for our walk at Rendham today. Thank you to Sharon and Mikey for leading the walk and to the proprietors of The White Horse for making us all welcome after the walk and providing lots of bowls of water for the dogs.
We will be sharing our October walk with our friends for Greyhound Walks.  Details can be found in our What’s on section under walks.

Our Next Walk

Our next walk will take place this coming Sunday

Rendham Sunday 24th September 2017 10.45am
Village playing field, Bruisyard Road, Rendham, Saxmundham IP17 2AF
A pretty walk that is always popular.  As usual we are welcome in the beer garden of the White Horse pub after the walk. There will be a small collection at the start of the walk which will be donated towards the upkeep of the playing field as a thank you for allowing us to use it.  Please note that we are starting this walk at 10.45 instead of our usual time of 11am.

All Breeds of dog are welcome on this walk.

Annual Picnic

Over 50 dogs joined us for our annual picnic in Stutton today.  A big thank you to Carol for once again supplying us with some wonderful cakes.  As usual the dogs made short work of their Beef and Turkey sandwiches. We were joined by kennel dogs Goldie, Bernie, Jackson, Will and Joe. A selection of photos can be found on our Facebook page


The paddlers on the long walk

Phantom decides to fully submerse

Great Global Greyhound Walk 2017

Today we have been walking in Woodbridge as part of the Great Global Greyhound Walk.  We had 43 greyhounds and 6 of their companions on our walk and the running total for the number of dogs walking globally was 3,250 but there are still some results to come in.
Kennel dogs Sonny, Mickey and Bing came along as well as Bings kennel mate and special friend Toosie Beannie.  A gret time was had by all. For a large selection of photos from today’s walk please visit our Facebook page.


Kennel dog Sonny has an ear tickle

Sudbury Walk

Thank you to Greyhound Walks for inviting us to join them for their walk today at Sudbury.  What a beautiful walk it was too and we received a warm welcome back at the Mill Hotel.  For more photos from todays walk please visit our Facebook page.

Important Notice Re: Sunday’s Walk

Sudbury Walk

Please note We have been advised by one of our owners that there will be a road closure at Ballingdon Street which is the road coming in from Braintree / Halstead (A131) etc.  If there are diversions in place you may want to allow a little extra time on your journey.

Hadleigh Walk

Another beautiful day for our walks around Hadleigh this morning. Kennel dogs Jock, Pearl and Carrie joined the other 45 greyhounds and friends and all behaved extremely well. Carrie sadly had to be returned to us when her owner became very ill so is now looking for a new home. Once again we were made very welcome at the George. Many thanks to the Landlady and her staff. Thanks also to Anne and Angie for leading the walks. For more photos from today’s walk please visit our Facebook page.

Kennel dogs Jock (Blue dog) Pearl (yellow muzzle and Carrie in the white muzzle getting ready for the off.

Our Next Walk

Hadleigh Sunday 23rd April 2017 11am
Magdalan Road Car Park IP7 5BD

An attractive walk through Hadleigh and the surrounding fields and along the river bank.  There will be two walks, a long one approx. 1 and a half hours and a shorter one of approx. 1 hour.
Once again after the walk we are welcome in the garden of the George public house.

All breeds of dog are welcome on this walk

We look forward to seeing you.