HEYSHOTT-based charity Canine Partners is holding a family day out on Saturday, June 23 which promises fun for all the family including the dog.
Puppies and Pimm’s, now in its fourth year, will be held at the Canine Partners’ national training centre.
It will be an all-day event from 11am-4pm, including a host of activities to keep the whole family entertained, whatever their age.
In addition to live arena demonstrations there will be music, an opportunity to buy local crafts and cakes.
There will also be a chance to meet some of the charity’s newest recruits, as volunteer puppy parents bring their pups along to enjoy the fun. There is also a fun dog show which will be looking for the best-looking dog, the waggiest tail and the dog the judge would most like to take home.
-As part of Herbal Medicine Awareness Week 2012, Medical herbalist Belinda Bradbury will be leading a herb walk through COWDRAY PARK on June 23 to show people all the different herbs in the local area and how they can be used.
The walk will start at 11am from Cowdray café and will last about an hour and a half.
Numbers are limited so anyone wishing to go on the walk should book in advance by calling 01798 860963. Sensible footwear is advised and the walk will go ahead whatever the weather.
-WISBOROUGH GREEN Youth Club is looking for a youth worker to organise and run the village group.
The club hopes to recruit someone who is a team player to work with young people aged ten to 18 in the community.
They will need to show they understand issues facing young people in the area and have a good style of communication.
Anyone interested in the post should contact club secretary Judie Donovan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Plaistow and Kirdford
- nd the PLAISTOW and KIRDFORD Festival Choir is looking for someone to lead and conduct them.
The choir does not sing every Sunday but gathers for Easter, Christmas and other important festivals and has just committed to sing once a month at a Sunday evening service.
They are an enthusiastic bunch of mostly ladies – more men are required - with a talented accompanist.
Anyone interested should contact Wendy Bowles on 01403 752620.