Santa welcomed dogs and children to his camper van grotto at Mount Noddy Animal Centre on Saturday.
The annual Santa in a Camper and Christmas fayre was a great day that raised more than £3,000 for the RSPCA centre, in Blackmill Lane, Eartham.
Organisers said it was an amazing event, with many children and dogs going to see Santa, who attended thanks to the West Sussex Volkswagen Club, known as Dirty Low Down Dubbers.
Mount Noddy Animal Centre is a separately registered charity that is one of around 160 branches supporting the work of the RSPCA in the area.
It is completely self-funded and relies on donations, fundraising and kindness to operate the large rehoming centre.
The centre is well established and provides care and assistance to abandoned, abused and unwanted cats and dogs. It acts as a temporary refuge and provides food, medication, socialisation and love for the animals until they find a new home.
The centre is supported by charity shops at 2 The Arcade, Bognor Regis, and the soon-to-open 50 North Street, Chichester. These both need constant donations, which can be taken to the shops directly. Please contact Mount Noddy to volunteer in the new Chichester shop.
For more information, visit www.rspca.org.uk/local/sussex-chichester-and-district-branch or email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01243 773359.
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