Worstead dog show will help Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital cancer unit appeal

Linda Lloyd, left, and Tricia Baker with some of their dogs. They are organising a dog show at Worst

Linda Lloyd, left, and Tricia Baker with some of their dogs. They are organising a dog show at Worstead in aid of the NNUH for a targeted radiotherapy appeal.Photo: Bill Smith - Credit: Bill Smith - Archant

Dogged fundraisers aiming to help cancer patients are staging a new event for their pet charity next month.

A Companion Dog Show at Worstead on May 19 will help the Targeted Radiotherapy Appeal at the Norfolk and Norwich University.

The fund, which has a £600,000 target, will develop a new suite, providing state-of-the-art facilities for people undergoing internal radiotherapy, known as high dose rate (HDR) brachytherapy.

The dog show is being organised by radiotherapy appointments co-ordinator Tricia Baker, 58, from Buxton with friend Linda Lloyd, 54, from Norwich, who are both dog lovers.

Hospital fundraising manager Louise Cook said: 'We are so pleased that Tricia and Linda have decided to help raise money for our Targeted Radiotherapy Appeal.


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'I know they have put a lot of work into organising a fun day that will at the same time raise much needed money for the appeal. If you have a dog or like dogs please go along on the day and support the event.'

Ms Baker said the day was weather proof because it had indoor and outdoor facilities. It would be fun and featured a raffle and a photographer to turn pictures of favourite pets into key rings.

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Ms Baker and Ms Lloyd have seven dogs between them, and Ms Lloyd is a dog groomer.

The Companion Dog Show will be held at Worstead's Queen Elizabeth village hall on May 19. Entries are from 10am and judging starts at 11am. Entry costs £1 per dog per class. Rosettes to 5th place in each class. Rosettes for best in show, reserve best in show, best puppy, best rescued and best veteran.

For more information contact Linda on 01603 503849 or Tricia on 01603 278013.

To donate to the appeal visit www.justgiving.com/NNUH-TargetedRadiotherapyAppeal

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