Sign up to Stevenage sponsored dog walk in aid of Cancer Research UK

PUBLISHED: 08:30 05 March 2019 | UPDATED: 09:59 05 March 2019

Lots of people enjoyed last year's Woof Walkies event in Stevenage. Picture: Katy Prutton.

Lots of people enjoyed last year's Woof Walkies event in Stevenage. Picture: Katy Prutton.

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Sign up for a sponsored dog walk and help fund life-saving cancer research.

Woof Walkies is suitable for all the family. Picture: Katy Prutton.Woof Walkies is suitable for all the family. Picture: Katy Prutton.

Woof Walkies at Stevenage’s Fairlands Valley Park at 9.30am on Saturday, March 16, is a 5km dog walk in aid of Cancer Research UK.

The family-friendly event will also include a fun dog show, poochtastic stalls, and top dog and fancy dress competitions.

The start line at last year's Woof Walkies event in Stevenage. Picture: Katy Prutton.The start line at last year's Woof Walkies event in Stevenage. Picture: Katy Prutton.

There will also be a shorter route alternative for older dogs and puppies.

Stevenage volunteer Ann Cardines said: “I’m so excited to be helping organise this event and can’t wait to see all the wagging tails on the day!

Woof Walkies will take place in Stevenage's Fairlands Valley Park. Picture: Katy Prutton.Woof Walkies will take place in Stevenage's Fairlands Valley Park. Picture: Katy Prutton.

“I was a participant last year and my dog, Rocco, absolutely loved it. Everyone with a dog should sign up for this fun event for a fantastic cause.”

Entry is £5 for the first dog and £3 for any additional dogs, with a maximum of three dogs per person. Each dog will receive a goody bag on completion.

To sign up, visit cruk.org/woofstevenage.


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