Enjoy the Great Western Dog Walk to support the battle against brain tumours

Once again I am supporting the Great Western Dog Walk which offers dog owners and their pets that chance of an autumn stroll along the beach with St Michael’s Mount as the backdrop.

Taking place on Saturday, 6th October, this year’s Great Western Dog Walk is raising much needed funds for Brain Tumour Research and Support and celebrates the re-opening of the beach at Marazion to dogs after the summer season.

Derek with a four-legged friend.

The walk runs from the Godolphin Arms in Marazion along to Penzance Promenade; the £6 entry fee includes a pasty and a drink for walkers and a doggy bag for your dog as well as free return travel back to Marazion (parking is available in Folly Field).

The walk itself starts at 10.30am with registration taking place in the Godolphin Arms from 9am; raffle tickets will be available with the draw taking place on the day with prizes including GWR rail tickets and cream tea vouchers.

The Brain Tumour Research and Brain Tumour Support charities both do tremendous work to raise funds and awareness for a cancer which has been sadly neglected in recent years despite being the number one killer of children and adults under the age of 40.

The Great Western Dog Walk is a great way for you and your dog to enjoy one of the most beautiful bays in the country and to raise some money for two very worthwhile charities.

For more information about the walk, call Simon on 01736 363038.