Christmas Market & Hearing Dogs

November 16, 2016

As you know we collect money for Hearing Dogs for the Deaf.  We have a bucket in the office even with paper money in there!! Great news! :D

 

This foundation has helped thousands of deaf people overcome anxiety, loneliness and isolation thanks their clever canines.

 

Christmas is near and we want to share with you their Christmas Market which will take place this weekend 19th and 20th November at The Grange, Saunderton, Buckinghamshire, HP27 9NS.

 

And what will  you find this weekend?

 

  • Great unique gifts you won't find on the high street

  • Lots of children's activities

  • Yummy festive refreshments

  • Great raffle prizes - including 4 tickets to Disney on Ice at the O2

  • A free mince pie and mulled punch on arrival

  • Well behaved dogs (on leads) are welcome

 

Plus... they have it on good authority that Santa Claus himself will be taking time out of his busy schedule to pop in to their Santa's Grotto to greet good boys and girls!

Pictures from their website

 

You can also meet their clever hearing dogs and pups in training and find out more about the work they do thanks to the support of the people.

 

Hearing dogs have changed the life of lots deaf people.

Find out how you can help; sponsoring a puppy to become a hearing dog, support the foundation, volunteering for them, making a donation, etc…

 

You can read some of the inspirational stories of the deaf people whose lives have been transformed thanks to this support.

 

More info on their website: https://www.hearingdogs.org.uk/

 

 

 

 

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