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Stirling - Wag & Walk Scotland charity event

Discussion in 'Dog Shows and Events' started by CaninePartnersScotland, Aug 23, 2013.


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    Dear all,

    Disability charity Canine Partners is holding its second annual Wag & Walk on Sunday 15th September @ 10:30am, to raise much needed funds to train more assistance dogs for people with disabilities.

    Following on from the successful 2012 event, we hope to better last year’s fundraising total so we can help even more people with disabilities in Scotland. To do this – we need you to join in!

    - Register today for only £8 (minimum sponsorship £30) – each participant will receive a free ‘doggy bag’ on the day!
    - Involve your friends and family – all ages welcome
    - Enter with colleagues from work and take part as a team
    - Or take part with fellow members from your local club or team

    Starting from Stirling University’s Gannochy Sports Centre, we will take to the 5km route upon the picturesque university campus, with its views of the Wallace Monument and stunning Ochil Hills. You can walk, jog or run – entirely up to you! Of course four legged friends are very, very welcome to take part too.

    On the day there will be a demonstration and talk from Sally Hyder and her canine partner Harmony. Sally, author of the superb book ‘Finding Harmony’, will give a fantastic insight into life with her canine partner Harmony. Some of our puppies in training will be there too – looking cute and ready to mingle!

    To register, please visit our website or by downloading and returning a postal registration form - both methods can be found by following this link Wag and Walk, Scotland

    We really do hope you will join us for what is shaping up to be a fantastic day. If you have any questions whatsoever, please don’t hesitate to get in touch - all contact details are below.

    Dale

    Dale Gormley
    Canine Partners
    Community Fundraiser (Scotland)

    T: 0845 481 1915
    M: 07500776179

    Unit 1, Beta Centre
    Stirling University Innovation Park
    Stirling
    FK9 4NF

    Canine Partners train assistance dogs to transform the lives of people with disabilities
     

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