Camper Christmas for Chichester dogs

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SANTA in his Camper paid a visit to the RSPCA Mount Noddy Animal Rescue Centre in Chichester on Saturday, December 5.

The ‘Dirty Low Down Dubbers’, a local VW club, escorted Santa in his Camper to the centre, giving dog owners the opportunity to bring their dogs to meet Santa.

The rain stayed away and hundreds of people and their dogs turned up to meet Santa in his Camper.

A grand total of £1,894 was raised on the day, which will directly help the animals at the centre awaiting their ‘furever’ homes.

Visitors also were treated to many other stalls and activities including cakes, raffles, a tombola, local homemade gifts and crafts from Kimmy, games, and bric-a-brac.

Santa welcomed all sizes of dogs to his Camper from a Newfoundland to a Chihuahua and everything in between, and as they had all been good this year they all received a goody bag.

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