Virtual Bark in the Park

Bark in the Park is back – with a difference!

Instead of our usual doggy event and walk through St Catherine’s Park, this September we’re inviting our supporters and their four-legged friends to take on a sponsored walk on a day and time of their choosing.

Entry is £3 and every pup who takes part will receive a St Catherine’s dog tag through the post for their efforts. Any funds you can raise in sponsorship to support St Catherine’s would be so appreciated, as we work to deal with the impact of COVID-19 on our income generation activities.

We’ll also be running a series of competitions which your furry friends are invited to take part in, for a suggested donation of £2. There’ll be a host of pawsome prizes up for grabs in the following categories:


Submit your entry by emailing a photo to or sharing it in the Facebook event page here. To make your donation please click here – when you reach the checkout stage, please type ‘Bark in the Park’ in the ‘Additional Information’ box. Thank you.

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