Long Melford Street Fair
Long Melford Street Fair , Free Event will take place on 9th July. All sorts of stalls, musical acts & more will be held along the Main Street.
Located in Suffolk half way between Bury St Edmunds & Colchester. It will be held between 2pm & 7pm with free parking.
LRSEC will have a stall with a tombola , labrador related goodies and name the dog competition .Mark & Carol Rowe will be running the stand with Anthea & Nick Woodcock who will have their handsome Labrador Boz with them, so please go along and say hello & spend some money to support our charity.
LRSEC will have stand at this event on Sunday 6th August.
Derek Roff, Marion Clayton, Steve & Margaret Waller & Joy Carney will be running the stand with a fabulous tombola and lots of lovely items to buy.
Please come and support us and have a great day out with your family and dog.
Hever Castle has a paw-fect weekend for all dog lovers with stalls, entertainments and prizes for the best pooches.
Castle Canines is a weekend dedicated to our four legged friends – whether you own your own dog or just love them, there is something for everyone.
Enjoy displays and entertainment from a variety of dogs including guide dog puppies, Pets as Therapy dogs and huskies from the Siberian Husky Welfare Association.
Newfoundland Dogs in Action will also be doing a water display on the lake.
Parade your pooch as part of the Hever Castle dog show with rosettes for the most Dashing Dog, Beautiful Bitch, Super Senior, Perfect Pup or Ravishing Rescue.
Visitors can also enter their hound into musical sit, pick up tips and advice on caring for their canine and browse a variety of stalls.
Hever Castle & Gardens welcomes dogs on leads and the 125 acre grounds and Lake Walk.
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