Collaring funds for bikers

PUBLISHED: 17:00 04 November 2011

After raising £110 at the Honiton Show for the Devon Freewheelers the Honiton and District Canine Society held a another fundraising evening on Monday which was sponsored by New Street Vets. Pictured with members of the group is Darren Lee from the emergency riders team. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mhh 3282-43-11SH To order your copy of this photograph visit

After raising £110 at the Honiton Show for the Devon Freewheelers the Honiton and District Canine Society held a another fundraising evening on Monday which was sponsored by New Street Vets. Pictured with members of the group is Darren Lee from the emergency riders team. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mhh 3282-43-11SH To order your copy of this photograph visit

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Honiton and District Canine Society shows its fund-raising spirit for the Devon Freewheelers.

Honiton and District Canine Society has been hard at work raising money for the Devon Freewheelers.

Last week, owners and their canine companions held a ringcraft match to send two dogs to compete in the Wiveliscombe Super Match next year ,as well as a small companion show in the Mackarness Hall in Honiton. Entry fees and proceeds from a raffle held during the event will be donated to the Freewheelers.

Patricia Franklin and her Newfoundland Ruby were also on hand to greet Darren Lee, an emergency rider for the charity, who attended the event.

The society has already raised £110 for the charity after holding a collection during Honiton Show.

Members have issued a grateful thank you after its grooming table was returned following an appeal in the Midweek Herald


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