Woof, Wellies and Wellbeing – NNUH Fete this weekend
Dog show and dog walk registration opens
|12.10||Introducing Miss Norfolk and call for entrants|
|12.30pm||Busybodies Stage School Dancers|
|1pm||First dog walk starts|
|1.15pm||Dog show registration closes|
|Carole Adam and PAT dog demonstration, including Crufts winner Inca|
|1.15pm ARENA||Display by East Anglian Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club|
|1.30pm ARENA||Dog Show and Rally Obedience starts and continues through until approximately 3.45pm|
|2pm||Second dog walk starts|
|2.15pm||Hospital Choir Sings|
|3pm||Rock Choir Sings|
|3pm||Third dog walk starts|
An action-packed day out has been planned at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital’s Summer Fete and Dog Show which is taking place on Saturday (16th June).
The popular annual event is taking place on the hospital’s Colney Lane site from 12-4pm with the theme Woof, Wellies and Wellbeing.
The highlights of the day will include a fun dog show with categories including waggiest tail, best rescue, cutest puppy, awesome old timer, and many more.
There will also be a woodland walk around the hospital grounds, performance by the Staffordshire Bull Terrier display team and a demonstration of Pets as Therapy dogs as well as a chance to test your dog’s skills at the rally obedience class.
Away from the arena, Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Stormtroopers and Bumblebee from the Transformers will be visiting.
You will also have the chance to visit the team from Taverham Vets who will have their pet photo booth on site, and to meet some of the region’s working dogs.
We have more than 40 stalls, including dog and animal-themed stalls, tombolas, food and drink, a BBQ, games and entertainment from the Rock Choir, dancers from Busybodies stage school and the hospital choir.
Proceeds from the dog show will go to N&N Hospitals Charity and Fundraising Manager Louise Cook said: “We are delighted at how this year’s fete is shaping up – we have received some fantastic support from individuals, organisations and companies who have volunteered to help us out on what is our first dog-themed event.
“Everyone is welcome to come along for what we’re certain will be a great day out, whether you come with a four-legged friend or not.”
Entry is free with free parking on the main hospital site.