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Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2014’

  • Dog needs care

    The Workington owner of a stolen Spaniel is appealing for its return because it needs specialist medical treatment. The black and white six-year-old male, named Roy, was one of two dogs taken from a secure paddock at allotments in Northside Road on Saturday, August 9. …

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  • Charity ride for animals

    A Broughton Moor man will cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats in memory of his dog. Jim Forsyth, 67, a supply teacher at Stainburn School in Workington, is a keen cyclist and is also involved in West Cumbria Animal Concern, which is moving from …

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    Refuge breaking into savings to keep going

    Dudley needs £2,000 as recession still hits animal centre’s income IT HAS saved the lives of and found new homes for  thousands of unwanted pets. But now it’s the Animals Refuge at Wetheral Shields itself that needs saving. Since the recession began, people have stopped being so generous with …

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