Battle Barks 2021
12 Sep 2021

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Sponsored Dog Walk at Battle Abbey by Battle & District Local Committee for Cancer Research UK

Join us with your four legged friends for a 2k sponsored walk around the grounds of Battle Abbey and help raise funds for life-saving cancer research. Meet other dog owners in the area and come together to walk all over cancer with your pooch. The Battle & District Local Committee's Annual Battle Barks Sponsored dog walk! A fun filled sponsored dog walk around Battle Abbey. You need to walk your furry friends come rain or shine, so why not do this with your friends and fundraise to support lifesaving research. You'd be barking mad not to sign up! Walk/run/jog the 2k route. Use your fundraising link to raise sponsorship for your doggy walk! The walk starts at the Bull Ring out side Battle Abbey and loops around the Battle Abbey grounds. Join us on the day to help beat cancer sooner. PLEASE NOTE: All dogs must be kept on a lead at all times throughout the event. Get involved: Register your dog today and set up their online fundraising page o get them sponsored for their walk. Sign up today and be part of something amazing!

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