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Nottingham Beagle Welfare walk/Funday 2017

This year we had a fabulous turn out with lots of new and old human and beagle faces. After a very worrying cloudy start the Sun came out and was extremely good to us all day. We had lots of fun during the Novelty classes, Beagle racing and musical mats, which I owe huge thanks for that to Craig Muggridge, Jayne Pearce, Mark and Mikey Howarth. Also to Judy Berry for holding a tombola stall and Clare Clark and Joyce Buckels for helping on the merchandise and raffle stalls.

After 9 years of organising the annual Nottingham event I have decided that next year will be the last. 2018 holds busy Career changes for me and as it’ll be the 10th year it seems an appropriate time to call it a day.

It all started back in 2009 when I had two very young boisterous beagles who’re now very white but still boisterous. My parents had been friends of beagle welfare throughout my childhood so I wanted to do something for those hounds looking for their forever homes by organising a walk.

It was great fun for Nottingham Beagle owners and throughout the years that little organised walk turned into a funday which then lead me to become Notts Area Officer and now Fundraising Officer and Trustee. So I really do owe the walk a lot (imagine how quiet my life would be with no BW in it ???)

I would like to thank everyone who has joined in the fun during this time. The support has been immense.

Some beagle owners have been coming from the very beginning and I’ve made some very special lifelong friends from it and welfare.
Claire x

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