Fundraising dog walk

PUBLISHED: 10:00 13 March 2015

Golden Valley Vets, Nailsea dog owners walk for Comic Relief, Moira Mc Ardle and  Amelia Jones with thier dogs Willow and Winston.

Golden Valley Vets, Nailsea dog owners walk for Comic Relief, Moira Mc Ardle and Amelia Jones with thier dogs Willow and Winston.

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FAMILIES took their pets on a fundraising treasure hunt around Nailsea in aid of Comic Relief.

Golden Valley Vets, Nailsea dog owners walk for Comic Relief,Lily Burdge, Ellie Yarr and Melisa Ford with dog Pup Pup.Golden Valley Vets, Nailsea dog owners walk for Comic Relief,Lily Burdge, Ellie Yarr and Melisa Ford with dog Pup Pup.

Golden Valley Vets put on a sponsored dog walk from Nailsea Park to Nowhere Wood and back.

Staff from the surgery hid cuddly toys in the woodland and children were able to seek them out to win a prize and also enjoy some donkey rides.

More than 21 dogs enjoyed the familiy day out and the event has raised more than £300 for charity.

The vets is still selling cakes in aid of the cause to try to collect even more for Comic Relief.

Charlie Yarr, who has been organising the events at Golden Valley Vets, said: “We are really grateful to everyone who turned up for the walk.”


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