Fun dog show to be held in Norfolk village

PUBLISHED: 08:59 06 June 2018 | UPDATED: 08:59 06 June 2018

Kerri Watson and her dog Buddy are looking forward to the show
Picture: Chris Bradbury

Kerri Watson and her dog Buddy are looking forward to the show Picture: Chris Bradbury


A fun dog show is being held at Reedham Village Hall on Sunday, June 10.

Registration is open from 10.30am and the first class will start at 12pm.

Classes are best rescue, waggiest tail, best crossbred, loveliest lady, fabulous fella,

best junior handler under 12, best puppy aged four to 12 months, best pedigree, best senior six years and over and best in show, which will be the winners of all the other classes.

Entry fee is £1.50 per dog per class. There will be stalls, a raffle and refreshments available.

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