Animal charities benefit

A DANCING dog was one of the attractions at an extra special fete, which raised much needed funds for animal charities.

The Moneyhole Fete collected more than �400 which was split between the St Tiggywinkle Wildlife Hospital Trust and the Guide Dogs charity.

As well as all the traditional fete attractions, a competition to discover the cutest pet (pictured below), the dog with the waggiest tail and the dog with the greatest talent made for the entertainment for the day.

Organiser TK Choo said Inka, the dancing dog, wowed in the final section with a “routine most owners could only wonder at”.

He added that everyone enjoyed the day immensely.

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