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Havering Mind’s popular Bark in the Park returns

PUBLISHED: 10:15 20 March 2017

Havering Mind's events coordinator Ciaran White and volunteer Pia Van Praagh enjoying the annual Bark in the Park event at Harrow Lodge Park, Hornchurch

Havering Mind's events coordinator Ciaran White and volunteer Pia Van Praagh enjoying the annual Bark in the Park event at Harrow Lodge Park, Hornchurch

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Man’s best friends will be bounding around a park next week for a good cause.

Georgia Gamon, of Rainham, with Bill (the Westie) and Stanley, at Havering Mind's Bark in the Park event at Harrow Lodge Park, HornchurchGeorgia Gamon, of Rainham, with Bill (the Westie) and Stanley, at Havering Mind's Bark in the Park event at Harrow Lodge Park, Hornchurch

Havering Mind’s popular Bark in the Park returns on Sunday, April 2, with plenty of fun for owners and pooches alike including a ‘cutest dog’ competition, dog product stalls and the walk itself, which begins at noon.

Registration for the event, which starts at the Hornchurch Road entrance of Harrow Lodge Park, will be open from 11am.

A vet will be on site for any owners seeking advice, and food and refreshments will be available.

Entry is £5 per dog, with all proceeds going to the mental health charity.

For more information, call 01708 457040 or visit haveringmind.org.uk.

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