Fun at Breakheart Quarry Novelty Dog Show
There was a great atmosphere at the dog show at Breakheart Quarry on Sunday 16 July 2017. The community event welcomed lots of people with a common interest in dogs, to spend a few hours in the beautiful hills above Dursley. Martin was the main organizer and coordinator of the event. The group of volunteers ran the BBQ, teas, tombola, raffle, and coordinated dog entries into 10 different classes. Local businesses and shops donated raffle prizes and food (BBQ). The team were awarded a Barnwood Trust Small Sparks Grant.
Claire and Andy working hard at the BBQ.
Boo and Rupert running the Tombola.
Our Dursley Social Reporter, Sally, enjoying the day.
The happy entrants of the rescue dog class.
Simon, Eileen and Timmy waiting for the Tricks class.
Joy said the day made all the owners proud of their dogs.
Breakheart Quarry is an environmental education centre on the outskirts of Dursley, run by volunteers, which is trying to encourage people outdoors. It is used for dog walking, mountain biking, natural play area and a recycling business using donated scrap. The Breakheart Quarry site has excellent facilities for all visitors and is accessible to all.
For more information on the Breakheart Community Project please go to www.breakheart.org.uk.