Dog show and family fun day raise money for Potters Bar scouts and RSPCA
PUBLISHED: 17:19 03 September 2019 | UPDATED: 17:19 03 September 2019
A dog show and a family fun day in Potters Bar has raised money for the scouts and an animal rescue centre.
The Harvester pub and restaurant organised a series of games - including a tin can alley, ping-pong challenge and super fun dog show - on Friday to raise money for the 1st Little Heath and Potters Bar scouts.
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Michelle Bance, who help organise the day with fellow Oakmere House Harvester manager Matthew Wormald, said they managed to get £210 for a scout hut, while a further £200 was raised by the scout group.
"We also raised another £230 for the Friends of Southridge RSPCA just from our fun dog show," she added.
All 'well-behaved' dogs - from any breed, age and size - were encouraged to compete and there were some good looking ones crowned on the day.
The day also included a children's colouring competition, fance dress, raffles and a number treasure hunt.
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