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Winchelsea School, Duke of Edinburgh Volunteers held a Coffee Morning on Friday 31st January from 0930-1130 at Winchelsea School, Guernsey Road, Poole, BH12 4LL. They raised £100 for us, so thank you to everyone who worked hard to make it happen and all who supported the students on the day.…read more
Thank you to everyone who sent us Christmas Presents this year. We all got to open them but were not allowed to eat all the contents in one go!! We are still enjoying our treats and new toys. Here are some pictures of our presents and some of us tucking in!
We still have lots more to open, but we all had a stocking stuffed with our favourite treats and a box on Christmas Day.…read more
John Colley has organised a monthly quiz for Waggy Tails. The December quiz raised £301.
This means that he has donated in excess of £3100 to our charity from the events which he organised during 2019.
Our grateful thanks go to John and to all the people who have supported him throughout the year.…read more
Stewarts Garden Centres at Broomhill and Christchurch have just started selling a range of Cat and Dog accessories and treats by Zoon. They presented a large dog bed, filled with assorted toys and treats to Ginny and Roz with Fletcher and Louis at their Christchurch store ahead of the launch. We were then invited along to the store for their Dine and Demo evening to help launch the new in store area.
Our Christmas cards and 2020 Calendar are now available in our shops or from the office. Cards are £2 for a pack of four. There are two different packs of rehomed dogs and a 4 pack of the cartoon Waggy Tails dog. Calendars can also be purchased through ebay follow the link here:-
This year we have been adopted by Intergage as their Charity partner. On Thursday 12th October Ginny, Myra and Ross were invited to their offices, as they had a surprise for us. They are updating our website for us and after a review of the progress, the whole workforce came in to listen to a short talk about the history of Waggy Tails. We were then presented with a cheque for £863.20 – a magnificent sum which will be put to good use to benefit the dogs. Ross behaved impeccably, apart from sticking his head in the waste paper bin when we arrived and taking out the contents very gently. Our thanks go to everyone who is working so hard to help raise money.
In July 2015 we went to a Waggy Tails Meeting at Parley Hall ready to have an introduction to all the dogs needing a new home. We weren’t sure we were quite ready to adopt a dog but wanted to start the process.