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Dog show and fun day for Wells Community Hospital Trust

PUBLISHED: 15:51 15 August 2017 | UPDATED: 15:51 15 August 2017

Wells Community Hospital. Picture: Ian Burt

Wells Community Hospital. Picture: Ian Burt

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A dog show and family fun day will raise money for Wells Community Hospital Trust.

It will be at Creake Abbey, North Creake on Sunday, August 20.

Gates open and registration from 10am, with classes from 11am until 4pm.

There will be lots of fun classes for dogs to enter together with a huge array children’s activities, craft stalls and trade stands.

Entry is £4 per person. There will be free car parking and children under 12 go free.

Wells Community Hospital Trust is a local charity that provides a wide range of flexible and integrated health and wellbeing services for the community.

It works to keep people independent longer by providing high quality preventative clinical services and non-clinical therapeutic support.

For more information, contact Wells Community Hospital Trust on 01328 711996 or e mail admin@wellshospital.co.uk

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