Updated: Jul 29, 2020
The Great British Dog Walk is an annual event in aid of the wonderful charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
During the year they organize 20 fab Great British Dog Walks for all ages across the UK in the most picturesque locations (see below).
In Deaf Umbrella we are all dog lovers and will join once again May 13th at Ightham Mote, Kent.
We will record our journey to show you the work they do. We will share it on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Deaf Umbrella TV YouTube channel so don't forget join us and you won't miss any video.
Why will you love this event?
You can meet the working hearing dogs at the walks, you can enjoy fun and educational activities for adult and kids and have some rest at the stalls with gifts, homemade crafts and refreshments!
By joining the Great British Dog Walk now you will help them to raise funds and awareness to train more adorable puppies to change the lives of deaf people and get a free doggie bandana :)
GET YOUR TICKETS BY CLICKING HERE
When: Saturday 13 May 2017 at 11am
Where: Ightham Mote, Mote Road, Ivy Hatch, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN15 0NT
Registration: Opens at 10am
Cost: Adults: £10, Children (under 16): Free
Distance: 3km or 8km
Terrain: Although the 3km walk is steep in places it is accessible to buggies (weather dependent) The 8k walk is steep in places and not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs. Suitable footwear is recommended.
Parking: Free parking for all our walkers
More: There will be an array of merchandise stalls, food and drink, face-painting, a tombola, and a chance to meet local hearing dogs
If you can't come next weekend to spend a great day out for all the family, DON'T WORRY, there are more walks:
There’s nothing better than owning a four-legged companion! The vast majority of dog owners believe their canines have improved their lives. In fact, 93% of pup parents say their dogs have made them better people.
Read this fantastic article about the benefits of owning a pooch: https://breedadvisor.com/benefits-of-owning-a-dog/
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Pictures from Hearing Dogs for Deaf People website