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Pooch n Boots 2012

Press Release

Go ‘walkies’ to support local hospice

On Sunday 14th October, St Luke’s Hospice in Basildon will again be holding its popular sponsored dog walk, this year named ‘Pooch n Boots’. The event takes place at Westley Heights Country Park, Langdon Hills, starting at 10am. All the usual favourites will be included: 1 mile puppy / older dog walk; 4 mile walk; Best dressed; Best Behaved and Prettiest Pooch competition; Raffle Doggy Stalls and refreshments.

All the promotion materials for the event are being sponsored by Simon Holder, owner of the Wickford-based company Simon’s Bus.

Stewart Rutland, Corporate Fundraiser at St Luke’s said: “I am grateful for the support of Simon’s Bus and I would love to invite other sponsors to participate in some of the exciting events that we have coming up.”

Simon, who is shown in the photograph with a friend’s dog, Darcey, has supported this particular charity because his Father was looked after so well at the hospice before he passed away.

Notes for Editors

A high-resolution photograph of Simon and Darcey is available upon request. Darcey was named after Darcey Bussell the ballerina (and the new judge on the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing) because, like Pudsey, she loves to jump and walk on her hind legs!

Simons Bus is not just a minibus company. With 16 passenger seats, each bus is capable of safely and legally transporting large groups whilst providing on-board entertainment, optional music video on large screen TVs, party lights and a superb sound system.

Contact: Simon Holder on 01268 471713

St. Luke’s Hospice provides specialist care for people who have an advanced disease, as well as those who love and care for them, in a warm caring and friendly environment. Without the generosity of businesses, clubs, organisations and individuals, the hospice could not continue to provide a quality and much–needed care service.

Contact: Stewart Rutland on 01268 524 973

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