There will be waggy tails and wet noses in abundance at Waddesdon Manor near Aylesbury on 28th April, when hundreds of dog walkers gather to raise money for national charity, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
The walk, which is supported by Specsavers Audiologists, is the first of 13 similar events to be held in picturesque locations across the UK as part of one of the charity’s most important annual fundraisers, the Great British Dog Walk.
By taking part in either the 3km or 5km sponsored dog walk, people will be helping to train more incredible hearing dogs to alert partners to life-saving and important sounds and help them reconnect with life.
The event will also feature fun additional activities, including a cake sale with homemade cakes provided by the charity’s incredible volunteers. A free dog bandana is included with every adult ticket.
The Great British Dog Walk is run by Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, the national charity that trains dogs to alert deaf children and adults to important and life-saving sounds.
Tickets are £12 in advance for adults and are available online at The Great British Dog Walk or £15 on the day. Children under 16 go free.