The aim of the group is to get people together of all ages/abilities/interests who would like to meet with others and dogs. Sometimes we would love to have our own dog but can't so this might be the group for you too. People with limited mobility and wheelchair users should find this walk accessible. You may have a dog that's young and needs socialisation or a dog that's anxious around strangers and other dogs. Perhaps you live with or care for someone with a disability and would like to enjoy a break. May be you or your child are anxious around dogs and want to overcome this. Perhaps you live with a disability and would love to meet up with dogs. Whatever your reason come and join us. Walks will be up to an hour, ending with the opportunity for a chat and refreshments in a dog-friendly establishment. Polite Note: All dogs are welcome but they must have a friendly and responsible owner who can look after them both on and off the lead at all times. If they are very anxious and have biten in the past, please ensure they are muzzled. We cannot accept any responsibility for losses or injuries sustained and walks are taken entirely at owners risk. To look at the work we do please join our Facebook pages St Bernard and big paws adoptions UK and Saving Saints Rescue UK. We are also on Instagram and Twitter. Take a look at our website savingsaintsrescue.co.uk.
Come and join us on our social dog walk. All welcome - with and without four paw friends as plenty of leads to share for those who are missing having their own pet. Enjoy a coffee and a chat afterwards. If you have a mobility need, please let me know so I can tailor the route. Free parking.
Donation of £2 per person requested if you are able which is for our charity Saving Saints Rescue UK.
Due to the current health situation, our walks will be socially distanced. If you (or a member of your family) has COVID-like symptoms or are in a high risk group, we would ask you not to attend. Please feel free to wear a face mask and gloves.
We meet by the cafe.