Bulldog Rescue celebrates 15 years in Midhurst
Bulldog Rescue, the Midhurst based charity is celebrating its 15th anniversary at its headquarters in the town.
The celebrations take place next Saturday April 23 when the headquarters will be open to the public.
Visitors to the open day are strictly by ticket only and the cost is £5 for adults with children under 12 allowed in free.
Tania Holmes who runs Bulldog Rescue with her husband David.
Tickets allow visitors a two hour visit to the kennel at Midhurst.
Tania said: “Each time slot allows ten visitors - this ensures the kennel and the residential street in which we are situated doesn’t become too overcrowded during the course of the day.
“Please try and arrive at your allocated time to prevent problems to our neighbours.”
To book a ticket go to the charity’s website www.bulldogrescue.org.uk
It is a mainly voluntary organisation, offering a rescue and rehoming service for pure bred bulldogs across the UK, who, for whatever reason cannot stay where they are.
It is not a dog’s home or a shelter and aims always to do its best for every bulldog the charity is asked to help.
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