We are delighted that Norwich Best for Pets have chosen us as their recipient of funds raised by their fashion show. They are demonstrating their innovative fashion collection at an event designed to promote our RSPCA Mid Norfolk & North Suffolk branch and the important work we do. Over the last year our branch has seen many changes and it is a great opportunity to introduce the fantastic team. We are also delighted that Greg Brown, our Head of Operations, will be attending. “Every penny raised locally stays local so together we can really make an impact!”. We look forward to meeting more animal lovers, supporters and enthusiasts
Tickets are £5 from The Style Show or RSPCA shops. Get in touch for more information. To view the event of Facebook simply click on the picture!
Details are: Tuesday, 19th November 2019 from 19:00-21:30
St Andrews Church Hall, Church Lane, Eaton, Norwich NR4 6NW
In May, our charity shop in Attleborough will be hosting it’s famous fashion show! The show starts at 7pm and will give you the opportunity to buy some fabulous items of clothing whilst supporting your local RSPCA. This is such a fun event and is always very popular, so make sure you get your tickets early! Tickets are only £7 and you can buy them directly from the shop, ticket price includes a light buffet.
Come along to the RSPCA Wymondham Shop and grab yourself a “good as new” bargain! All items are new and with every purchase you get the chance to win a voucher to spend in our shop as part of our free raffle! Refreshments will be provided and all proceeds go towards RSPCA Norwich and Mid Norfolk Branch.
Over 3 days, Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th February 2019, we will be in store at Pets at Home Longwater. We will have information and advice on owning pets, animal welfare, the services provided by the branch and the work of the RSPCA in the local area. Bookings can also be taken for school visits, group talks and presentations.
There will also be small craft activities for children, a tombola, guess the name of the rabbit, animal face painting and animal tattoos. RSPCA items can be bought or won on the day too.
On any day we will be accepting donations from people for the shops to sell to raise funds as well so feel free to come along with your unwanted items.
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