A companion dog show organised by a Crufts competitor has raised £620 for charity.

Eastern Daily Press: The dog show raised £620 for charity.The dog show raised £620 for charity. (Image: KERRY TARRANT)

The first Dickleburgh Dog Show saw 126 dogs queuing up with their owners to compete for a coveted rosette.

Organised by dog enthusiast Samantha Plaisted, 22, the event raised money for Doglost and the Brain Tumour Charity.

Doglost, who reunite lost dogs with their owners, played a part in helping a rescue dog who escaped in Harleston earlier this year.

Held in Dickleburgh village centre, the show was open to all abilities and featured four pedigree classes, three handling classes and 13 novelty classes.

Eastern Daily Press: 126 entrants went to the first Dickleburgh Dog Show.126 entrants went to the first Dickleburgh Dog Show. (Image: KERRY TARRANT)

Miss Plaisted, thanked everyone saying: 'It was such a fantastic day.

'Thank you to every who supported the show. We had fantastic entries, successful raffle and an all round enjoyable day.

'A massive thank you to my amazing judges and fabulous helpers who helped to make it such a success.

'All the money raised will be split between the 2 charities evenly - which I know will mean so much to both of those charities.'

Miss Plaisted dedicates her spare time to working with her three dogs Lola, Kali and Inca and has qualified to take part in Crufts next year.