Annual event planned to help raise vital fund for an owl care sanctuary
- Credit: Nick Butcher
An event is being held to help continue an owl sanctuary carry out its work of helping care for the birds.
Fritton Owl Sanctuary is holding its annual charity event this Easter.
There will be opportunities to hold an owl or another bird of prey from Hawking Experience.
A classic cars display will be on site, the Lowestoft 'signing' choir will be performing throughout the day, and a wood carver will be creating wooden animals and birds.
There will be several stalls including a tombola, raffle and crafts. At 3pm there will be a plant auction, by Fritton Plant Centre.
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Fritton Owl Sanctuary was started three years ago, by Louise Thorpe and Mark Weston.
They realised there was a need for a home for unwanted captive bred owls and they now have 35 birds in their care.
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The event is being held on Sunday, April 16 from 10am until 4pm at the sanctuary in Beccles Road, Fritton.