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Thanks to Areika at Birmingham Dogs Home we had a fab morning dressing these beautiful dogs up in our Save The Children family jumpers. There are many lovely dogs at the home looking for forever families.
Here we have Denise from Minworth, Sandra from Shirley and myself at Birmingham Dogs Home. The staff were fantastic to let us come and dress willing models up in our dog jumpers, available in stores. We took along dog food and treats to say thank you.
Our festive jumpers took us to Birmingham Dogs Home, where the residents were happy to model our Jumpers For All The Family Range. Denise from Minworth, Sandra from Shirley and Miles who was the photographer for the even and myself had a brilliant visit. Both the Jack Russel and the Staffie are looking for forever homes. They were just two of many many more dogs in need of forever homes.
The choir of Blakesley Hall Primary School came into store this afternoon to entertain our customers. They sang beautiful Christmas songs and carols.
Today Matt our GSM went to Blakesley Hall Primary School to watch the awards assembly. Once the songs had been sung and children had their certificates, we presented them with a cheque for £50. Deputy Headteacher Mr Mason explained it will be used for outdoor clothing for the children to work in the new garden.
Prepping for my sessions with Harvey Road Pre-school children, who would all be taking part in our herb planting session. The children had a chance to touch and smell different herbs. They planted cress seeds in fairy cake cases to take home with them at the end of their day and taste these once they grew.
With a lot of our rubbish bags already taken away, we got a quick photo of some bags. The day was a huge success and hopefully we will be holding more clean ups in the new year. Watch this space as we are always looking for volunteers.
Today we were aiming to clean up The Kingfisher Country Park along the river Cole. As you can see it was a horrible rainy and very cold day, but we all had smiles on our faces ready to begin.