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Dogs Trust Roden Open Day

If you are looking for something fun next weekend and you're anywhere near Shropshire, try this:

FABULOUS FAMILY FUN WITH YOUR FOUR-LEGGED FRIENDS

Dogs Trust Roden hosts its annual Open Day this Sunday 5th July 2009

Dogs and dog lovers are in for a real treat on Sunday 5th July 2009, as Dogs Trust Roden Rehoming Centre hosts this year’s Open Day and Fun Dog Show!

The Open Day this year is going to be bigger than ever with attractions including: a raffle, tombolas, home-baked goodies for those with 2 and 4 legs, handmade crafts, a bouncy castle, a car boot sale, face painting and a licensed bar.

There will also be a Fun Dog Show which is open to all dogs with categories such as “Prettiest Dog”, “Child’s Best Friend” and the ever popular “Waggiest Tail”. Professional working dogs from the prison service will also be demonstrating their skills as will the “Heelwork to Music” team.

Gates will open at 11am where entry is just £1.00 per adult and 50p per child. Canines of all shapes and ages are absolutely free!

Dogs Trust Roden Rehoming Centre Manager Louise Campbell says:
“Our Open Day is a highlight in our calendar and we promise a great day out for all the family whether they have two legs, or four! There will definitely be something for everyone at Dogs Trust Roden’s Open Day, and what’s more, everyone will get to meet the gorgeous dogs in our care including our sponsor dog, Mr Magoo!”
For many visitors the highlight of the day is the Dogs Trust Roden Reunion where previous residents return to the centre to catch up with staff. Dogs Trust is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity, caring for over 16,000 stray or abandoned dogs through its network of 17 Rehoming Centres across the UK.

Dogs Trust Roden address is: Roden Lane Farm, Telford, Shropshire, TF6 6BP, Telephone number: 01952 770 225. The open day starts at 11am and finishes at 4pm.

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