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Event in Cardiff, 22nd April

Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by RWAF, Apr 21, 2011.


  1. RWAF

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    Message from the event organiser -

    I am holding a Rabbit Welfare Association awareness stall at the Red Dragon Centre in Cardiff on Good Friday (22nd April) at 12noon until 4pm. It is in Cardiff Bay and there is ample parking.

    Red Dragon is the number one commercial radio station in Cardiff and they sponsor the whole complex which contains restaurants, Megabowl, Grosvenor Casino, Red Dragon radio station and a 12 screen Odeon cinema.

    The film 'Hop' is out at the moment, it is about the Easter bunny, and is a great opportunity to educate people coming out of the cinema about rabbit welfare.......before they go and impulse buy one as an Easter gift! I hope to make people aware of the existence of the RWAF, why it is an absolutely neccessary and important association, and to spread the message that rabbits deserve more than they are given in the majority of homes throughout the UK . For me it is all about sewing the small seeds, after all, ignorance is the main thing the RWAF is up against. They are expecting a huge number of people in the centre on Good Friday so fingers crossed it ends up improving the lives of some bunnies and makes people more aware of their quiet plight.

    Children and their families who come to the stall will be given an activity sheet with the RWAF logo and website on the bottom of it, and child friendly welfare facts dotted throughout. Once they have completed their activity sheet which involves finding clues around the centre they will they return and be given a 'Hop' poster, RWAF sticker and there will be RWAF leaflets etc available. My team of animal loving friends and myself and myself will be on hand to answer any rabbit questions and I may even persuade one of them to dress up as a bunny.........

    Please join us on the day - Sarah Perryman
     
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