Best Sausage Catchers Invited to Fun Dog Show at Charity Open Day
Remus Horse Sanctuary will be hosting its Fun Dog Show at its popular Open Day on Sunday 5 September. The gates will open at 1pm and the dog show will commence at 2pm, with registration from 1.30pm – classes will include ‘Best Sausage Catcher’, ‘Bad Hair Day’ and ‘Dogs with a Disability’ to name just a few.
Admission for the Open Day will be charged at £5 per adult and £2 for children. Tickets can be purchased securely online at: www.remussanctuary.org/events/open-day-sanctuary-september or via the telephone on: 01277 356191. The dog show will cost £2 per class entry and tickets can be purchased on the day. A list of the dog classes can be found via the above link.
Making an appearance at 3pm that afternoon will be none other than Mickey Mouse himself! A magician/entertainer will also be present during the afternoon to entertain the children. Parking is available on-site and disabled parking is available near to the yard. There is also a wheelchair accessible toilet.
Sue Burton, founder of the Sanctuary said, “Our dog shows are always such great fun! And of course, we’ll be continuing to take a cautious approach to ensure everyone is Covid-safe, with limited numbers and we’ll be asking visitors to maintain social distancing. We still want everyone to feel safe and to be safe.”
In line with current government guidelines, visitors will be asked to provide contact details for members in their party over the age of 16, or to scan the NHS QR Code using the NHS Covid-19 App. QR posters will be displayed at the main entrance. Contact details will not be held.
Visitors will be encouraged to wear masks in busy areas, to maintain a responsible social distance from each other and to wash their hands or use hand sanitiser regularly throughout the afternoon.
Ms Burton added, “We’ve experienced no problems at our events so far this year and everyone’s had a great time out in the open enjoying the beautiful Essex countryside. Our Open Days are such a great way of sharing our passion for the animals that we have rescued and protect.”