Mayhew Animal Home’s Open Day raises £10,000
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Crowds enjoyed a party at a Kensal Green animal charity which raised £10,000 on the day.
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.
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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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