10:52 Tuesday 03 June 2014

Fun dog show in Sutton will raise funds for Poplar Farm Rescue Kennels

Written byJORDAN DAY

Dave and Rachel Ladley, who own Poplar Farm Rescue Kennels in Sutton Gault. Dave and Rachel Ladley, who own Poplar Farm Rescue Kennels in Sutton Gault.

Dogs of all shapes and sizes are being given the chance to strut their stuff in Sutton.

A fun dog show is being held as part of the Sutton Feast celebrations on Sunday, June 15.

The event, which is taking place at Sutton Pavilion and on the recreation ground, will be raising funds for Poplar Farm Rescue Kennels, which is based in Sutton Gault.

There will be a variety of classes, including ‘best rescue’, ‘golden oldie’ and ‘best child handler’, and entry is £1.50 per class.

Handlers can enter on the day of the show, which starts at 10.30am, or call Mel on 07711 424431.

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