Norfolk Dog Day information
Ian ClarkeThe EDP and Bidwells-backed Norfolk Dog Day is at Sennowe Park, Guist, on Sunday, August 8 from 10am.Last year 15,000 people and 1,000 dogs attended the inaugural event and raised �85,000 for Help For Heroes.Ian Clarke
The EDP and Bidwells-backed Norfolk Dog Day is at Sennowe Park, Guist, on Sunday, August 8 from 10am.
Last year 15,000 people and 1,000 dogs attended the inaugural event and raised �85,000 for Help For Heroes.
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Highlights of the day include eight fun dog classes, demonstrations, terrier racing, dashes, a gun dog scurry, agility classes, children's entertainment and 60 trade stands. The day will finish with a spectacular closing ceremony.
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Adult tickets are �5, junior (8-16) �3. Under eights free. Free parking. Dog class entry is �2 per dog per class. Tickets can be purchased on the day or in advance from the event's website.
There will be three access routes into Sennowe Park. From the south traffic from Dereham using the B1110 will enter on a red route. From the west from the Fakenham direction traffic using the A1067 will enter through the main gate on the blue route. From the east from the Norwich direction traffic on the A1067 will be diverted on a green route. From the north from the Holt direction traffic using the B1110 will be diverted via Stibbard (to avoid the Guist crossroads) and on to the A1067, entering the main gate on blue route. All approaches will be well indicated by AA signage and traffic marshals will be on duty.