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Fun Dog Show at Samlesbury Hall

Type:Family

Samlesbury Hall, Preston New Road, Preston, Lancashire, PR5 0UP

Tel: 01254 812010

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Fun Dog Show at Samlesbury Hall

Bring your pooches, big or small, for the best fun dog show in Lancashire.

From fancy dress, to dog most like owner, pet stalls, and fresh home cooked food, make no bones about it, it will be a fantastic day!

Timings:

10.00am Gates & entry tent open
11.00am Waggiest tail
11.20am Dog Most Like owner
11.40pm Best Rescue Dog (Must have been rescued from a charitable organisation)
12.00pm Best Trick
12.30pm Most Handsome Dog
1.00pm Prettiest Bitch
1.20pm Cutest Puppy 
1.45pm Golden Oldie (For Veterans 8 years+)
2.00pm Fancy Dress
2.30pm Best in Show (all winners from each class)

£3 per entry per class, all proceeds go straight to the Samlesbury Hall Charitable Trust (no 526052)

Plus don't miss! 

Woodfired pizza in our Italian courtyard, ice-cream and home baked waffles at Dottie’s Wafflery, and lunches in the award winning Billiard Room restaurant

Hive opening & honey tasting in the bee centre.  Kath the beekeeper will be giving talks and you can also see the bees up close via the giant, indoor, glass, observation hive.

 

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£3 per entry per class, all proceeds go straight to the Samlesbury Hall Charitable Trust (no 526052)

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Samlesbury Hall, SamlesburyBuilt in 1325 Samlesbury Hall is steeped in fascinating history, retaining its original typical black and white exterior, the Hall is almost equidistant between Blackburn and Preston, yet retaining a rural feel.

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