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Is your dog the best in the district? North Norfolk District Council launches first ever dog show

Brothers Burt, left, and Buzz, aged six months. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Brothers Burt, left, and Buzz, aged six months. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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Bring your four legged friends along to the North Norfolk District Council’s first ever dog show, happening at the end of this month.

The NNDC will be holding a dog show on Wednesday, May 30 in aid of Dogs Trust.

All breeds and classes are invited, and no pre-registration is necessary.

Entry is given on the day, and the NNDC will hand out rosettes to the district’s top five dogs.

You can register your dog at 10am from NNDC’s gazebo, which will be on site at the event held at Pretty Corner Woods.

Registration to the classes is £1.50 a class, with judging starting at 10.30am.

There will also be ‘have a go’ agility and flyball at just £1 per dog.

Food and refreshments will be on sale, there will be dog trade stands and a raffle.

Parking will be free for the day on the picnic field, Holway Road and Pretty Corner Woods car parks.

For more information, including trade show enquiries please contact the Senior Countryside and Parks Supervisor on 07920576634, or by emailing countryside@north-norfolk.gov.uk


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