Animal magic of St Brannock’s Pet Service

13:01 25 September 2013

The Reverend Anne Thorne and Reverend Ben Bradshaw - together with Ben

The Reverend Anne Thorne and Reverend Ben Bradshaw - together with Ben's dog Maisie - hope to welcome as many parishioners and their faithful friends to the Braunton Pets Service on Sunday (September 29).

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Pets and people welcome to service in aid of North Devon Animal Ambulance at Braunton Parish Church.

ALL creatures great and small will be heading to the St Brannock’s Pet Service in Braunton this Sunday (September 29).

The 5pm service at St Brannock’s Church for North Devon Animal Ambulance begins at 5pm and all humans and animals are welcome.

Owners are of course asked to control their pets and requested that any smaller animals be kept in secure cages or containers to avoid unexpected escape attempts.

The service will include a brief talk on the work of the animal ambulance.

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