Dogs Day Out
Dogs Day Out
Dogs Day Out
Dogs Day Out

Dogs Day Out 2021 set to get tails wagging

8 Jun 2021

The popular Medical Detection Dogs Fundraising event is back

We’re not the only ones who need a good day out after the last few months – our dogs need some fun too so why not come along to the canine extravaganza that is Dogs Day Out?

Join staff and volunteers from the charity Medical Detection Dogs on Sunday 5th September in Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, for a great day out with plenty for visitors with four and two legs.

For the canine visitors, there are gun dog scurry events to compete in, a companion Dog Show with prizes and a variety of have-a-go events such as an agility course.

For us humans, as well as the competitions and activities, there will be some great shopping opportunities with stalls offering dog products, a tombola, a raffle and much more.

When you get peckish, there will be plenty of local fare including a BBQ, fish and chips, vegan delights and ice cream, as well as the all-important tea tent and beer stall.

Gates open at 10.30am and the event concludes with prize giving at 3.30pm. Entry is just £2 per adult (Under 16s are free but must be accompanied by an adult). There is plenty of parking available.

Dogs Day Out is a fundraising event for Medical Detection Dogs with all proceeds going to the training of dogs to save lives using their amazing sense of smell.

Dogs Day Out

Sunday 5th September 2021


The field behind The Betsey Wynne Pub, Swanbourne

  • Free Parking
  • £2 entry for adults includes a programme with a lucky number
  • Children under 16 go free (must be accompanied by an adult)
  • Gundog Scurries, Dog Show, Stalls, Raffle, Tombola Food and Drink and much more

To book a stall please email [email protected]
Don’t’ forget to bring cash.

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