Bark in the park
Dog day on Sunday
A Community group are getting set to hold a dog day at the park this Sunday.
For Project 31 and Friends of Cambuslang Park will be holding their annual Bark in the Park event on Sunday, September 6 from 1.30-3.30pm at the Cairns Road entrance.
The fun dog show is open to all dogs and has a range of categories including waggiest tail, best leadwork and best young handler.
There will also be a number of dog friendly stalls and representation from a number of animal charities and organisations. The event has been very successful over the last two years with a great turn out of local owners and their four legged friends.
Lorna Bamford, Project 31 Manager said: “Bark in the Park is one of our favourite events of the year. It’s a fantastic way of getting the community together and is always lots of fun. There’s something for everyone with activities for children as well as dogs and it also provides an opportunity to purchase some lovely things for pets and support a number of animal friendly organisations.”
No pre-registration is required for the event and categories are free to enter although donations are always welcome.
Bark in the Park is open to all dogs but please ensure they are not aggressive to people or other dogs. For more information contact Project 31 or Friends of Cambuslang Park.”
Friends of Cambuslang Park are a community group dedicated to holding events and looking after the facilities of the park.
Project 31 is a community group that works with children, young people and their families.
They are a a dynamic organisation, working with the people of Cambuslang and Rutherglen.
For more information go to www.project31.co.uk or check their facebook page. For more information on the Friends k visit their website at www. cambuslangpark.co.uk
Grrrreat Millie Wilson had a great time last year