Four-legged furry friends invited to our very first Family Fun Day and Dog Show!

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity are teaming up with the prestigious Essex Dog Training Centre in Brentwood to host our inaugural Family Fun Day and Dog Show on Sunday 22nd September 2019!

As well as all the have-a-go dog-classes and agility challenge we have lots of other stalls, activities and plenty of food so you and your family can make a real day of it. 

Join us in the dog show arena where you can enter your dog into as many categories as you wish, including best puppy, best rescue dog and dog that looks most like its owner. Later on you can browse our range of stalls; from dog accessories, pet food suppliers and beds, to jewellery and cake stalls; you’ll find a market place for our four-legged furry’s and their owners.

A huge thank you to Roy Dyer MBE for allowing us the opportunity to hold our first charity event at the Essex Dog Training Centre; this event is designed to be a more light hearted dog event for families and couples or individuals wishing to enter their pet dogs as opposed to a more formal dog show. 

HRCC Family Fun Day and Dog Show is for dog owners, enthusiasts or just families looking for a great day out. Come along with your dog or just come along; you don’t need a dog to attend; we’d love to see you there!

Adult entry £3 and children 16 years and younger £2; To book your tickets click here or call the fundraising office on 01245 380719.

If you’d like to book your dog into one of the classes, please print off and complete the form below and return it to the address below by Wednesday 18th September or alternatively bring the completed form with you on the day.

Family Dog Day – Classes

HRCC Fundraising Office, Yvonne Stewart House, The Street, Hatfield Peverel, Chelmsford, Essex, CM3 2EH

Supported by

Attending Trade Stands

Dogs Owners Gift Store
David Islip Photography
The Bag Bar and More
Devil Dood Direct
What A Melt
Doggie Moggie Doodah
Judes BeWitchery
Purrfect Barking Homemade Pet Treats
Monkey Snuffle Mats/Ellie & Finns Party Club
Benji & Co International
The Cheese and Pie Man
Sunnyfields Honey
PM Art and Design
Pandas Pantry
Snow White catering
Woofles Limited
The Hot Food House/German Sausage House
Candy Kings
Bombshell Bakes
Crepe Heaven
Doggie Delights Market Nights
Kids Be Happy /Sand Art
The Horsebox
Purrfect Creations

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