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Mayhew Animal Home’s Open Day raises £10,000

PUBLISHED: 15:44 26 May 2017

 Acoustic singer Dolly Mavies at the Mayhew fundraiser (Picture: Jo Moolenschot)

Acoustic singer Dolly Mavies at the Mayhew fundraiser (Picture: Jo Moolenschot)

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Crowds enjoyed a party at a Kensal Green animal charity which raised £10,000 on the day.

Bella with kennels assistant, Josh Keegan at the Mayhew open day (Picture: Jo Moolenschot)Bella with kennels assistant, Josh Keegan at the Mayhew open day (Picture: Jo Moolenschot)

More than 900 people turned up to the Mayhew Animal Home’s Open Day in Trenmar Gardens on May 21 to get an exclusive look behind the scenes and enjoy a wealth of entertainment.

The event allowed an opportunity to talk to staff and volunteers about their work helping dogs and cats to escape a life of abandonment, cruelty and neglect.

People enjoyed a Happily Rehomed Parade, with many recently adopted dogs taking part.

Mayhew supporter, Angela Songui compered the entertainment which included acoustic singer, Dolly Mavies, and a brass band.

There were also garden games and activities and a raffle.

Zoe Sheehan, Mayhew events officer, said: “Thank you to everyone who attended and supported The Mayhew, including staff and volunteers. It was great to see so many people enjoying the street party and having a look behind the scenes at the vital work we do.”

To adopt an animal or donate to the charity go to themayhew.org


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