Four Paws added to Two Feet
WALKING tour company Two Feet & a Heartbeat will celebrate its 10th anniversary by adding dogs to its tours.
The Four Paws and a Heartbeat walking tour will take people and their dogs into city parks and gardens in the city, including Government House Gardens, which are normally off-limits for animals.
Two Feet co-founder Ryan Zaknich said it was time for dogs to see more of WA’s capital city.
The two-and-a-half-hour, 6km tours will be held on December 4, 11 and 18, starting from 8am at the Spanda sculpture at Elizabeth Quay.
Visit www.twofeet.com.au. WA (BCRC - WA). BCRC - WA founder Arlene Chan said it was a wonderful acknowledgement of the organisation’s pioneering work in the field of breast cancer research.
“It is recognition for the tireless and important work undertaken by BCRC-WA since 2000 to continually improve and advance breast cancer treatment and patient care,” Professor Chan said.
The Hollywood Private Hospital-based group has held more than 80 breast cancer trials involving more than 1000 WA patients since 2000. SPORT and Recreation Minister Mia Davies is the patron for the Little Athletics WA 2016-17 season.
Ms Davies said that there was traditionally an influx of youngsters to the grassroots sport following the Olympics after youngsters had watched their heroes perform.
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