Bristol Animal Rescue Centre Open Day on Sunday 12th May 2019

Bristol Animal Rescue Centre Open Day on Sunday 12th May 2019

Posted on: 09 May 2019

Animal lovers in the city will get an exclusive, behind-the-scenes peek at the fabulous work carried out by Bristol Animal Rescue Centre when it holds its special Open Day event on Sunday 12th May 2019.


As fans of canines and cats (and a coterie of other animals as well, mind you) will know, Bristol Animal Rescue Centres provides vital, invaluable work caring for thousands of animals every year who are stray, have been neglected, mistreated, are injured or unwell. So here's your chance to say a big thank you back by seeing the terrific work they do and popping a few quid in their coffers to support them and keep this crucial place going.

Bristol Animal Rescue Centre

You'll be able to meet the staff and the centre's resident animals as well as get a tour of the Re-homing Centre and veterinary clinic.  Also to enjoy will be arts and craft stalls, fabulous prizes in the raffle and tombola, have a bite to eat, and a whole lot more. A great day out for the whole family, all the cash raised from the Open Day will go towards Bristol Animal Rescue Centre and the brilliant work they do for legions of vulnerable animals every year.


Just so you know, you can't bring your own dogs during this event. Price is £2 for adults, £1 for children. The event starts at 10.30am. For more info about Bristol Animal Rescue Centre, head to their official website here.


Bristol Animal Rescue Centre is located at 48 Albert Road, St Philips, Bristol, BS2 0XA. Tel. 0117 980 3901

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Jamie Caddick

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