The Princess Alice Hospice’s annual Dog Show and Summer Fete is back on Sunday 25 June at its new location, Sandown Park Racecourse, for some tail-wagging fun. The Fete will run between 10:30am and 3pm, and the Dog Show will start at 10:30am. Entry to the fete is £3, with under 5s and four-legged friends going free!
The ever-popular Dog Show has several categories, from best small dog to best bad fur day, to allow every pup to shine. Advance online sign-ups and all other details on the website, www.pah.org.uk/fete. Categories sell out quickly, so register online in advance to avoid disappointment.
This year, the Fete will be bigger and better, moving from the Hospice grounds to its new home at Sandown Park, courtesy of The Jockey Club, where the additional space will allow for an even bigger Dog Show and even more artisan stalls, delicious food, activities, games and entertainment, for a day packed full of fun in the sun.
They have some great light entertainment, with local musicians and artists taking to the stage for a truly wonderful summer’s day out.
A brilliant community and family day for all, the fete also raises essential funds to allow Princess Alice Hospice to continue to give free outstanding, compassionate care to local people and their families at the hardest of times. It costs over £10 million pounds each year to provide these crucial services and the Hospice relies on donations and community fundraising events like this.
If you are attending the fete, Sandown Park has plenty of parking on site for a stress-free and seamless family day out. For any further information, please visit: www.pah.org.uk/fete