There’s not long to go now until our first ever Waggy Walk and Talk around part of Wimbleball Lake, Exmoor.
This week, I have been busy sorting out paperwork and other bits and bobs for the event, which takes place on Sunday 8 April. The aim of the Waggy Walk is to highlight the beautiful countryside around the Exmoor lake, as well as promote the importance of responsible dog ownership.
And what perfect timing – as well as being National Pet Month in April, it is also a great opportunity to walk off all those extra Easter egg calories you may have eaten!
So, if you want to join us and meet some new friends (both four and two-legged!), please come along. The walk itself is to the dam and back and will last approximately one to two hours. We will be setting off at 10am from the café area and costs £4 per person (under 16s and dogs free), with all money raised from the entrance being split between Dogs Trust and South West Lakes Trust. There will also be an opportunity to buy some Dogs Trust goodies, as well as pick up information about the charity.
Advanced booking for this event is advised, as there are a limited number of places available on the guided talk. To secure your place, please book online. However, depending on availability, walkers can also turn up and pay on the day (in this instance, please make sure you arrive half an hour earlier to help with registration). There is also limited parking for participants at the Activity Centre car park, on a first-come, first-served basis. (For sat nav, please use TA22 9NU.)
For more information, please check out our event webpage or contact me, Amy Bingham, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other than that, I hope to see you there, ready to put your best ‘paw’ forward!