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Mayor of Havering charity dog walk in Harold Hill

PUBLISHED: 15:00 01 August 2018 | UPDATED: 08:39 02 August 2018

The Mayor of Havering will be holding a charity dog walk in Dagnam Park, Harold Hill, on August 12. Picture: Chris Young/PA Archive/PA Images

The Mayor of Havering will be holding a charity dog walk in Dagnam Park, Harold Hill, on August 12. Picture: Chris Young/PA Archive/PA Images

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The Mayor of Havering will be taking part in a dog walk to raise money for his appeal.

Councillor Dilip Patel has organised for pooches and their owners to walk around The Manor in Dagnam Park, Harold Hill on Sunday, August 12.

The walk will start at noon, and registration will open at 11am - the walk will begin at the Settle Road entrance to the park.

It will cost £5 to take part and there will be a free goody bag and certificate for everyone who takes part.

All of the money raised will be split between the mayor’s charities - Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund, Havering Mind and the Rainbow Trust.

There will also be a professional dog photographer, food and refreshments and dog product stalls including dog grooming and accessories.

Mayor of Havering Councillor Dilip Patel said: “As mayor of Havering, I am delighted to be holding this unique event in the beautiful setting of Dagnam Park in Harold Hill.

“Please come along and enjoy the day and help raise money for my three charities.”

For more information email haveringmayorappeal@outlook.com

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