Wetnose Day

Barked By Gizmo | 25th July 2017

Wetnose Day

It will soon be time for the National event, WETNOSE DAY. This year it will be held from September 29th – 1st October. Fundraisers across the country are now preparing to line up to bungee jump, host sponsored dog walks, hold cake sales and wear the legendary Wetnoses to raise much needed funds for this wonderful UK organisation.

Amanda Spooner from Great Yarmouth will be raising funds for Wetnose by taking part in walk4wildlife in London, a 21 mile challenge held in Richmond park and Wimbledon Common. To make this even more challenging, Amanda has  decided to walk in fancy dress and as it is Wimbeldon Common, what could be more appropriate to go as than a WOMBLE!!  Pawesome! If you would like to donate visit Amanda’s Fund Raising Page.

 

Wetnose is a local charity based in Bungay, Norfolk, that raises much needed funds for animal charities both in the UK and overseas. The charity was set up by Andrea and Gavin Gamby-Boulger in 2000 as a unique non-profit organisation.

Since then Wetnose Animal Aid has grown with incredible celebrity support. It has raised £45,806, donated to small animal rescues centres all over the UK, organised award events, fund raising concerts, and has visited Afghanistan, Romania and Bulgaria to help save animals.

Over the last few years Wetnose has been delighted to have fabulous endorsements and support from leading celebrity and animal campaigners including Paul O’Grady, Amanda Holden, Brian May, Sir Paul McCartney and many, many more.

If you would like to organise an event to support Wetnose day visit their website where you can download a fund raising pack.  www.wetnoseanimalaid.com

You can find the Wet Nose Animal Aid Charity Shop at Newgate Lodge, Newgate, Kirby Cane, Bungay NR35 2PP  Tel: 01508 518650 – donations always appreciated.  

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2 thoughts on “Wetnose Day”

  1. lesley wilkinson says:

    Only today read that this is happening and for years I have not understood why there is not such a day, it is a shame it can’t be televised as with other ‘national fundraising events’

    1. Amanda Knight says:

      Hi Lesley, Wouldn’t that just be pawesome. Woofs Frodo

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