We're making a list - we're checking it twice ......
They've all written their letters to Santa - can you help make it happen please?
Local volunteers and charity recognised in generous donation as a cheque for £500 was presented by The Ellingham & Ringwood Agriculture Society (ERAS)
You hear Barking Mud and you wonder if it's a typo, well read on and make a decision from there ....
Quite literally in this case, as following terrible weather, yet again ahead of the event, it dawned bright, beautiful and sunny for what was to be a quite wonderful Country Fayre
We're nearly there - it's the Country Fayre we've all been waiting for
Bulldog Spirit shone through, when the sun could not!
Only fitting really that it was Bulldog spirit that shone through on Sunday 3rd September when over 50 walkers took part with their four legged friends in the Wingletang annual Tri4Rescue.
Reach for the Sky
Meet Woody, a Shar Pei cross with a Birthday on the 2nd September and the best possible present for him would be his very own Forever Home.
Did you know that Black cats are the hardest to rehome? It isn’t anything that they are doing, and it really is just their colour.
Well, you did it again - the Companion Dog Show was an incredible success and we just couldn't do it without you!
It's happening this Sunday 6th August at Church Knowle Rehoming & Visitor Centre
A great day out for the whole family (including the dog!)
We can't wait to see you
Read all about the arrival of 33 hens at our Church Knowle Rehoming and Visitor Centre in Dorset.
left to right Niki Ging centre manager at Wingletang, Mrs Maggie Sheldon, Cllr John Sheldon the Mayor and Mayoress in March 2017 at a Civic Reception with Jessica Morgan, Natasha Jackson and Jessica Rowe all from Wingletang Rescue and Rehoming Centre
Despite the forecast being against them on the run up to the Dog Show, the team at Wingletang put on an amazing event, enjoyed by everyone on the day
This Sunday, 11th June, sees the annual Companion Dog Show at our Wingletang Rescue and Rehoming Centre near Tavistock in Devon.
Celebrations from Margaret Green Week
With so many things to celebrate it was no surprise that the first ever GroundDog Day was hailed a huge success
GroundDog Day because every day is a great day for re-homing
Free admission but donations are very welcome
Margaret Green Animal Rescue (MGAR) is encouraging everyone to go Green for charity between the 15th and 20th May
It is the annual Margaret Green Week, commemorating the birthday of the very special lady who started the charity all the way back in 1965.
More than 70 dogs went walkies with Margaret Green Animal Rescue (MGAR) at our Wingletang Rescue and Rehoming Centre near Tavistock in April.