Will you be heading to Stevenage’s Fairlands for Woof Cancer Day?

PUBLISHED: 12:01 24 February 2018

Georgie and Evie with their beautiful pooch, who they will walking with for Cancer Woof Day at Stevenage's Fairlands Valley Park. Picture: Courtesy of Beth Corcoran

Georgie and Evie with their beautiful pooch, who they will walking with for Cancer Woof Day at Stevenage's Fairlands Valley Park. Picture: Courtesy of Beth Corcoran

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A dog walk in the park with difference is coming to Stevenage to raise funds for Cancer Research UK.

Crazy capers with two little dogs. Picture: Courtesy of Rebecca GrayCrazy capers with two little dogs. Picture: Courtesy of Rebecca Gray

Woof Cancer Day will take place at the Fairlands Valley Park on Saturday, March 10, and there’s still time for all the family – and your furry friends – to get involved.

As well as the 5k walk, there will also be dog show, poochtastic stalls, top dog and fancy dress competition, refreshments and a shorter route for older dogs and puppies.

Stephen Loriot from Baldock is among those who have already signed up. He said: “I’m really looking forward to spending some time with my furry friend, family and friends for this great cause.”

CRUK volunteer Emma Rogers, from Biggleswade, added: “I’m so excited to be helping organise this event and can’t wait to see all the wagging tails on the day.

Beautiful dog ready for a walk. Picture: Courtesy of Katy PruttonBeautiful dog ready for a walk. Picture: Courtesy of Katy Prutton

The walk starts at 9.30am and costs just £5 for you and your dog – with further dogs registered for £3 each. Those who are under 16 must be accompanied by a guardian.

Visit www.cruk.org/woofstevenage for more information and to book.

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