Posted: Mon 26th Jun 2023

Fun-filled day planned at Flint RNLI’s annual Dog Show & Open Day

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Jun 26th, 2023

The Flint RNLI Fundraising team is putting the final touches to preparations for their annual dog show and open day. The exciting event will take place this Sunday, 2nd July, at the Flint lifeboat station.

Beginning at 10am, the open day provides a chance for the public to meet with RNLI volunteers and get an up-close look at the vital lifesaving equipment they use.

The day presents an opportunity for the community to understand more about the important work of the RNLI.

Highlight of the day, the RNLI Dog Show, begins with registration at 1pm and judging kicking off at 1pm.

The contest is open to all dogs, both Pedigree and Novelty classes, with an entry fee of £2 per class or unlimited classes for £5.

This year, Tracy Brown has the honour of judging, aided by guest judge Flint Town Mayor Ben Goldsborough. Stuart Gunther is the event coordinator.

Tracey Kerfoot, Flint RNLI Fundraiser, expressed her gratitude to Jolleys Flint for their continued sponsorship of the event.

“We have a fun-packed day planned, with various stalls and a wide variety of refreshments available,” she explained. “Visitors can look forward to hot and cold drinks, afternoon tea, children’s snack boxes, and pizza.”

The Flint RNLI Annual Dog Show & Open Day promises to be a day filled with entertainment and a chance to support and understand the work of the RNLI volunteers.

The fundraiser is calling out for supporters and dog lovers alike to come along and enjoy a day by the sea with their furry friends while supporting a life-saving cause.

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