Sunday 28th July 2019
Kilbroney Park: 80 Shore Road, Newry, United Kingdom
The PIPS Hope and Support Charity Dog Walk will take place in the beautiful surroundings of Kilbroney Park.
Local Folklore claims it was thrown here by Finn Mac Cool during a fight with a Scottish Giant. During the same battle, the Scottish Giant allegedly tore out a handful of earth and flung it back at Finn, which missed. The earth landed in the sea and became the Isle of Man while the divot he made, filled up with water and became Lough Neagh.
Rostrevor Oak wood is a relic of a much larger forest. The woodland contains Oak, Ash, Sycamore, Hazel to name but a few. There are lots of ferns and flowers like wild garlic, primroses and bluebells. The forest is home to jays and squirrels and it hosts a number of rare plants like wood avens and hard shield fern.
Do not miss out on this fantastic opportunity. Come along to meet the other fluffers and their owners and support the provision of our chairty.
PIPS Hope and Support are holding a Charity Dog Walk on Sunday 28th July in Kilbroney Forest Park and what a morning its going to be. Delighted to have Clanrye Group providing a fun and upbeat beginning to the event.
A donation of £10.00 per dog is required to participate with all funds going to the provision of PIPS Hope and Support. Registration will open at 10:00am before the walk commences at 11:00am.
Tea & Coffee for all participants on completion with a few prizes some dogs.
** TERMS AND CONDITIONS **
- All dogs must be up to date with their vaccines and must not be in season
- No more than 2 dogs per handler
- All dogs are the responsibility of their owner and MUST be kept on a lead at all times
- All owners are responsible for cleaning up after their dog
- PIPS Hope and Support accept no liability for any injury you or your dog(s) may sustain or lost property
- Under 16's must be accompanied by a responsible adult
PARKING AVAILABLE AT THE MOUNTAIN BIKE CAR PARK (FIRST ENTRANCE ON LEFT)