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Virtual Doggy Dash for Life 2020
1 Aug 2020

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This year would have seen Littleborough's 10th Doggy Dash For Life Event. In these uncertain times this year’s event is going virtual, ideal for everyone to get involved!

About this event:

This year would have seen Littleborough's 10th Doggy Dash For Life Event. In these uncertain times this year’s event is going virtual, ideal for everyone to get involved! Entry is just £6 and every single person who participates can be proud they are making a difference and helping to raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK. You need to walk your furry friend come rain or shine, so why not do this virtual event to support life saving research. You’d be barking mad not to sign up! Walk/ run/ jog your own route and make a difference and help beat cancer.

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- Optional scavenger hunt - Fancy dress is optional! - Invited to an online family

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Sign up today and be part of something amazing. For everyone who signs up you will receive a printable Sign, Sponsor Forms, and a Virtual Medal to proudly share on social media. **IMPORTANT** Participants taking part should do so safely and in full accordance with all government guidance. Please refer to the latest guidance here: Gov.Scot / Gov.UK / https://gov.wales/coronavirus / https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-covid-19-overview-and-a...

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