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Bark For Life

Charity Dog Walk in the Rushcliffe Country Park

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Bark For Life - Rushcliffe Country Park
Event: Bark For Life 2017
Location: Rushcliffe Country Park
Date: Sunday 21st May
Cost: £5 Per Dog
Time: 10:00am Register Open (Walk commences at 11:30am) Enter Now
Course: 5KM or 10KM (Approx.)
 

If you would still like to take part you can register on the day.

 
 
   
This is your official invitation to take part in the fifth Bark For Life - a walk around the beautiful Rushcliffe Country Park raising funds for Cancer Research UK

The walk starts and finishes from Kite Field, set in the heart of the forest and is 5KM or 10KM long. Registration fees are as follows:

£5 per dog

This includes a goodie bag and bandana

This walk is suitable for all ages and wheelchairs users and pushchairs.
 

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Bark For Life is a fundraising event honouring the life-long contributions of our canine friends. Dogs are wonderful companions and those of us who are dog owners will know the joy of walking and caring for a dog, however the personal benefits of owning a dog are numerous, including
  • Regular dog walking improves fitness levels
  • Patting/stroking a dog helps to reduce stress, lowers your blood pressure and your chance of cardiovascular disease
  • Children with dogs tend to have better self-esteem
  • Owning a dog can help improve loneliness and also help recover from personal trauma - such as a lost loved one
  • Playing with your dog can elevate your levels of serotonin and dopamine - making you feel good and calm.
Canine companions demonstrate unconditional love, joy, security, compassion - At Bark For Life with your canine best friend, smile, and make new friends - both canine & human.
 
What happens at a Bark For Life event?

At Bark For Life, dogs and their owners pay to take part in a 10KM or 5KM around the beautiful Rushcliffe Country Park - other family members are also welcome but the emphasis is on our canine friends as it is for these who sponsorship/donations to beat cancer will be obtained! On the day there will be:
  • Doggie games
  • Top dog & fancy dress contest
  • Music and Refreshments
  • A Fun Dog Show by Yew Tree Canine Society
  • Poochtastic Stalls
  • Professional photography tent
  • Dog agility classes

Make sure to register your dog on the day for our fun filled categories to win some fantastic prizes. Yew Tree Canine Society will hold one of their fantastic fun Dog shows will all funds going to Cancer Research UK. There will also be plenty of stalls for all you dog loves so treat you and your pooch on the day.


Bark For Life is a chance to spend a few hours with family, friends and your beloved dog in the great outdoors whilst raising those essential funds to research all 200+ cancers.

Enter Bark For Life - Charity Dog Walk

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Name: Bella Bidmead
Phone: 07506575794


Name: Heidi Bidmead
Phone: 07958042741

Charity Walk in the Rushcliffe Country Park

Supported by:

Waggy Tails Pet Services  

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Cancer Research UK is a registered charity No. 1089464.