Salons raise money for dog charity

Kelly Hare, front, with volunteers and supporters of the newly registered charity Safe Rescue for Do

Kelly Hare, front, with volunteers and supporters of the newly registered charity Safe Rescue for Dogs, with some of the dogs needing homes. Picture: Denise Bradley - Credit: copyright: Archant 2014

Two salons are rasing money for a charity which helps dogs

The Hairbase in High Street, Gorleston and Lavish Boutique Hair Couture, in Burgh Road, Bradwell are raising money for Safe Rescue for Dogs.

Both salons are holding a charity day on Friday, March 17 to raise money for the Great Yarmouth based charity take in and rehome dogs from the UK and abroad.

Manager at Hairbase Lynell Osborne said the charity was just amazing.

She added: 'They are trying to raise £5,000 to help transport dogs and have already got half of that thanks to a mystery donation. We are hoping to be able to help with the rest.'


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On Friday there will pin the tail on the dog, a raffle, cake sale and a doggy dip.

Lynell said she wanted to thank her 12 members of staff for their hard work preparing for the event and to friends and local businesses for their support.

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