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Go Walkies for Guide Dogs

Sunday 7th April 2019

Sunday 7th April 2019

Did you know that dog walkers spend more than 382 hours walking their pets every year? Go Walkies is part of a series of sponsored dog walks which take place around the country to help Guide Dogs raise money to create more life-changing guide dog partnerships.

Go Walkies at Jinney Ring promises fantastic fun for all the family and their pet!

Trophy Pet Foods LTD

Trophy Pet Foods are based locally and deliver direct to door British made, ethically approved, premium pet foods. Peter Tilley will be joining us on the day to discuss your companions food and offer nutritional advice.

Click here to visit Trophy Pet Foods website

Rae Prince Photography

Rae Prince Photography

Rae Prince Photography specialises in dog and horse photography and will be available on the day to capture photos of your fluffy friends doing what they do best!

Click here to visit Rae's website!

How to Take Part

Arrive at the Jinney Ring and join the Guide Dogs for the Blind fund-raising walk event.
Start from the craft centre gardens at anytime between 9.00am and 4pm on Sunday 7th April.

Ideally bring a dog -- your own, or perhaps borrow one you know loves a walk. Toy dogs are also allowed (and don't pull as much on the lead!) All the family are welcome and you can still join in even if you don't have a dog.

All walkers (not just those with dogs) need to register to take part in the event. You can do so by filling in a Registration Card on the day at Jinney Ring.

Please click here if you would like to download a sponsor form.

Choose a walk that suits your fitness, stamina and time frames. There will be three walks to choose from which are described below.

On completing their walk, each dog will receive a certificate as a thank you for their support.

Details of the Walk

Details of the Walk

Walk 1 is a Toddle Waddle for children, young puppies and those who prefer a short walk - this will be around the gardens and grounds!

Walk 2 is a medium walk and is about 3 miles in length. It is easy to moderate with only a very limited number styles to climb, (if any at all.)

Walk 3 is about 6.5 miles and follows the route of the Hanbury Circular Walk (for more details see 'Local Walks' section of this website). This takes you through woodland, parkland and alongside the canal.