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Christmas fundraiser for animals in Dumbarton

Christmas fundraiser


The Scottish SPCA are delighted to announce that they are hosting a Christmas fundraiser at their Dunbartonshire and West of Scotland Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre on Saturday 10 December.

We will be holding the event from 11am until 2pm, and promise a day of festive fun in aid of the animals in their care.

The event is dog friendly, and there is even the opportunity for four-legged friends to get their picture taken with Santa. 

Centre assistant manager, Ally Bibby, said, “We can’t wait to welcome the public to our centre on 10 December. We have held a similar event in previous years, and it has always been ‘snow’ much fun!

“Tickets to the day are priced at £5, and this includes a photo of your dog with Santa ‘Paws’.

“Photos will be emailed within one week of the event.

“To get visitors in the festive spirit we will also have non-alcoholic mulled wine and soups available, raffle stalls, Santa’s grotto and more! You can even treat ‘your-elf’ to some delicious home baking.

“We are currently looking for raffle prizes for the day. We would be so grateful if any local businesses are able to donate prizes, which can be dropped off at our centre every day between 1pm and 4pm.

“If you would like to donate a raffle prize but are unable to make it to our centre, please give us a call or get in touch with our fundraising team by emailing

“We are so excited to host our Christmas fundraiser, which will raise much needed funds for the animals at our centre. We’re ‘Claus-itive’ that ‘yule’ be sorry if you miss it!”

The Scottish SPCA Dunbartonshire and West of Scotland’s Christmas fundraiser will be held from 11am until 2pm on Saturday 10 December. The centre is located at Dumbarton Road, Milton, Dumbarton G82 2UA.




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