Due to rising Covid levels in our area we regret that we will not be holding our popular Christmas Giving Evening this year. We are very disappointed as we love this special evening and know that you do too, but we feel this is the most responsible thing to do. We’d like to thank you so much for your amazing support and understanding and we hope to see you all again next year.
We do have two exciting new events this year to tell you about!
On 10th December we are holding a Christmas Jumper Day – this is a great way to get everyone in your workplace involved in raising funds for the animals in our care while having fun at the same time. To find out more details and how to get involved, click here.
On 11th December we have a really exciting new event – the first ever Dog Friendly Christmas Carol Service in Newton Abbot town centre. Find out more. This will be a really special open-air service lead by Reverend Gareth Regan, in aid of the homeless animals in our care. We hope to see many of our lovely supporters – and your four-legged friends – there! (Event subject to weather permitting).
Unfortunately our Annual Pet Service at Totnes will not take place this year but we hope to be back at St Mary’s Church again next year.
We know that many of you love to bring gifts for the animals at this time of year, and it’s still possible to make their Christmas special. Gifts can be brought to our rescue centre throughout the whole of December or can be brought to our open-air Dog Friendly Christmas Carol Service in Newton Abbot.
We’d like to thank all our lovely supporters for your amazing support and we hope to see you all soon.