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Our Clau­dia re­ports on a cinema for you and your dogs, and re­veals some award-win­ning camp­sites

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SOME­TIMES YOU HAVE to leave your dog to keep a lonely vigil in the van when you go out for the evening. But not if you’re vis­it­ing Abergele, on the North Wales coast. A pet shop here has in­vested £100,000 in build­ing a cinema and café for dogs and their hu­mans. The Pet Place cinema, part of a £1.3m re­vamp to the busi­ness, in­cludes a health store and play park, seats 40 hu­mans on deckchairs and ac­com­mo­dates up to 50 dogs. The films shown are all pet-re­lated, and snacks and drinks avail­able for dogs in­clude a bowl of Pawsecco and doggy ‘beers’. Man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Sion Pritchard said: “The fo­cus is on health and nu­tri­tion, but also the fun as­pect in be­ing able to watch movies or play in the park.”

Man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Sion Pritchard says the fo­cus is on health and fun for dogs and their hu­mans

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