Bring your four legged friends to our Dog Show on Monday 29th May to enjoy a brilliant day out at The Waled Garden with a wide selection of side stalls from local businesses, crafts, food, refreshments and more!
Entry is free – donations are welcome.
You can now register your dogs for entry into the dog show – prizes awarded to the winners on the day! email: email@example.com
Dog show classes & times:
Loveliest lady 12pm
Fabulous fella 12.20pm
Gorgeous golden oldie 12.40pm
Precious pup (over 6 months under 12 months) 1pm
Waggiest tail 1.20pm
Junior handler 1.40pm
Best Rescue 2.20pm
Judges favourite 2pm
The price is £1.50 per dog, per class payable on the day.
Important Dog Show Visitor Information!
The main attractions of the show are taking place in our field adjacent to the family and animal area of The Walled Garden.
ENTRY to the show is FREE
PARKING: Parking is also free – please use our overflow car park (follow signage and signalling).
Please keep your dogs on leads at ALL times.
PAYMENTS / CASH: Please bring CASH for use across the show, stalls, raffle etc (the nearest cash machine is Crossways Co-Op on Warmwell Road a couple of miles from us). Café and Garden shop customers can pay by card.
RAFFLE: Grand Raffle tickets sold throughout the day – winner announced 2:30pm
DOG SHOW: Categories are £1.50 per entry and you can enter as many as you like! 1st-3rd place awards with brilliant prizes up grabs! First category is at 12pm and a full list can be found on our website and previous social media posts.
WASTE: Please pick-up after your dogs and dispose in the bins provided. Please take general waste home with you
SEATING: We have limited seating in the form of hay bales. Benches are available in the gardens adjacent to the dog show but please feel free to bring a blanket or camping chair. Just please be mindful of others and do not block walkways
TOILETS: Accessible at the café, and at the play park area
ANIMALS: Please do not feed our guinea pigs, rabbits, goats etc – and mind little fingers through the fences.
SAFTEY: We have first-aiders on site. The nearest hospital is located in Dorchester. Look out for each other, and don’t forget the sun-cream!
DOG BOWLS: We will have a few laid out around site, but please feel free to bring your own for your pooches!
REFRESHMENTS: We will have a quick refreshments table with instant tea/coffee/squash and some cakes made by our students – though if you’re looking for our full menu and a wider selection of food and drink, please visit the café.
BUTTERFLY TRAIL – On Sat 27th all through half term (including during dog show). Maps available from the Garden shop.
Café and Garden shop will be open as normal
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask us here or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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