Dogs take centre stage at Loddon fundraiser
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Dogs of all shapes and sizes showed off their personalities and tricks at a fundraiser in Loddon.
The Chet Carnival and Community Group organised its first fun dog show at Jubilee Hall today, with eight classes, stalls and a demonstration from the K9 Capers.
The classes, which were all sponsored by local businesses, included musical dogs, best pedigree, most handsome dog, best fancy dress of handler and dog and fastest recall.
Rosettes were awarded to third place, and goody bags for the winners and runners up were provided by Dogs Trust and Pets at Home.
Organiser Maureen Livings said: 'There was a lot more people than we thought so we are really pleased, and each class had over 30 dogs.
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'It is the first time we've done a dog show to fundraise and I definitely think we will do it again.'
The event was raising funds for Loddon and Chedgrave Scarecrow Festival, which finishes on June 25 with a carnival, live music and stalls.
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This year's scarecrow theme is 'anything goes' and a workshop to make the scarecrows is being held on June 11.
Forms to enter will be available from Rosy Lee's Tea Room in Loddon soon.