Great British Dog Walk

Family Event
Sat 27th April 2019

Back for the second year Hearing Dogs for Deaf People will once again be hosting their Great British Dog Walk here at Burton Constable Hall!

With scenic 3km or 8km route's to choose from why not bring along your four legged friend for a fun family day out. There will be lots of activities for you and your dog to enjoy including hearing dog demonstrations, stalls and a fun dog show plus your chance to meet some life changing Hearing Dogs.

By asking people to sponsor you or your dog you will help a deaf person reconnect with life and if you raise more than £50, we'll send you a special Great British Dog Walk certificate to say thank you! There is also a free dog bandana with every adult ticket.

So why not get yourself signed up at Hearing Dogs For Deaf People 

Contact Information:

Joy Swift, Visitor Services Manager

T: 01964 508163


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