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Animal History of London guided Walk 2012

Join our World Animal Day guided walk to raise vital funds for the dogs, cats and bears you care about and discover London’s secret animal history.

When : Sunday 30 September Start : Where : from the Two Bears drinking fountain, Kensington Gardens Duration : approximately 3.5 hours

Includes seeing London’s Victorian dog cemetery, visiting the Animals in War memorial, discovering which London resident invented the cat flap, and which members of the royal family loved animals the most. Plus, learn about the mole that killed a king …. and so much more.

As the walk is mainly through London’s parks and back streets, street-wise dogs are also very welcome.

Restricted to just 18 people and must be booked in advance:

Adult £19, children (under 16) £9
Family of four £50 (two adults/two children under 16)
Free for children under ten.

Call the Animals Asia office on[masked] or email [masked] to book your places.

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