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By Tarvin Webteam - 24th September 2014 6:00am
Ashton Hayes Fun Dog Show
If you are a Tarvin dog lover you might be interested to know that on Sunday, 28th September, the Annual Ashton Hayes Fun Dog Show is due to be held at the Ashton Hayes Primary School, Ashton Hayes, CH3 8AB. The event is arranged under the auspices of the PTFA as a fundraiser for the primary school.
This year's event is bigger and wider than ever. So that feline lovers do not feel left out, there is a Cat-less Cat Show! Just bring along your favorite cat photographs by no later than 11.15 on the day for judging to take place at 11.45. To make it an even wider showcase for pets and their owners there is a new section for Furries and Exotics. If you have a pet lizard or spider why not bring it along.
With the emphasis firmly on fun, there are 13 dog classes, including musical sits, sack race, and sausage catching. Other canine attractions include agility, sausage bobbing, and temptation alley.
To balance the animal fun, there will also be a temptation alley of 18 trade stands for humans, together with a small display of sheep and wool spinning.
Entry is £1, free for under sixteens. Gates are open, and registration begins, from 11.30, with classes starting at 12.00. For more details see: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ashton-Hayes-Fun-Dog-Show/823436354347984
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