The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Woofteam: April 2016
Following on from the recent success of the charity dog walk to support Angela Lipson in her London Marathon fundraising and fitness training, there has been huge interest in Tattenhall to hold a regular dog walk. It's a win, win, win, win situation — happy dogs, healthy owners, sunshine (fingers crossed) and friends!
One local resident and dog owner has organised a dog walk via Facebook —
TATTENHALL DOG TALKERS — The first meeting is — Thursday 21 April, meet at 10.30 am outside the Sports club on the Flacca, by the Cricket Pitch.
Remember to 1. Bring your dog 2. Bring poop bags 3. Remember you are responsible for your furry friend at all times.
The Dog division of the tattenhall.org webteam, the Woofteam, will be attending the inauguration of the Tattenhall Dog Talkers and will report back!
Another local resident has offered to organise fortnightly dog walks further afield. The first walk is planned for Friday 6th May, walking the beautiful Bickerton Hill. Further details will be posted on tattenhall.org in due course.
Here at the Woofteam we hope that there will be regular home and away walks — taking advantage of the beautiful countryside around Tattenhall and the lovely walks within our village.
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