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£765raised of £500 target by 33 supporters

    Weʼve raised £765 to Develop a sensory garden for people and dogs at the new SPPOT Dog HQ in Haverfordwest.

    Haverfordwest, United Kingdom
    Funded on Sunday, 1st October 2017

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    SPPOT is a Community Interest Company that works with adults and young people who experience barriers to employment and education. It provides dog walking and day care services for all people but specialises in working with people who for reasons such as disability or ill health, can no longer walk their dog daily. It is a fact that if a person owns a dog, they are less likely to access health and social care services and suffer less with loneliness.
    Last year you all gave fantastically so that SPPOT could purchase equipment for its volunteers to work with dogs in all weathers. A year has gone by and SPOTT has moved into its own building and now runs training for adults and children who experience barriers to education and employment. This enables them to become part of our dog walking team and more recently to volunteer in the dog day care service whilst obtaining a much needed qualification which they can use to gain employment.
    We now want to improve the garden at SPPOT Dog HQ so that dogs can have a sensory experience whilst being cared for. Your donations will help us provide the start to the removal of a leylandii hedge, improved fencing and the purchasing of equipment and dog friendly plants.
    SPPOT has provided valuable services to individuals over the last year and there have been positive outcomes for older, unwell and disabled people who have been able to continue to have their beloved dogs at home with them. The benefit to some of our volunteers who have had previous issues with mental health, has been that they have not had to be re-admitted to care due to having a purpose and value on a daily basis and people relying on them to manage their dogs .



    • Paul Bee1 year ago
      Paul Bee

      Paul Bee

      1 year ago

      Training completed, bag packed and support crew briefed. Only 3 sleeps to go until the 30 miles for SPPOT. Thanks for all your support. Update on progress on Saturday.

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    Page last updated on: 9/7/2017 7:48 AM



    • Elizabeth Baglow

      Elizabeth Baglow

      Sep 7, 2017



    • Tom Moses

      Tom Moses

      Sep 4, 2017

      Good luck Paul!(and thanks Kerri for Ozzy info!)


    • Ray


      Aug 28, 2017

      Well done Paul.Just sorry I couldn't make it.


    • Dave Harries

      Dave Harries

      Aug 27, 2017

      Well done mate, have an extra cuppa on me :)


    • Tim Walker

      Tim Walker

      Aug 26, 2017

      Well done Paul. Sorry we haven't been able to get there to support you.


    • Jan Mercer

      Jan Mercer

      Aug 26, 2017

      Good luck


    • Alan heritage

      Alan heritage

      Aug 25, 2017

      Good luck Paul🚶Looks like you've been training lots for it.All the best from the Heritage's


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    Paul Bee

    Paul Bee

    Haverfordwest, United Kingdom

    Kerri (my wife) set SPPOT up 4 years ago so people who could not access employment or education to work or volunteer with dogs whilst gaining a qualification. I am a director of the company and wan to raise money for a dog sensory garden. I am doing a 30 mile sponsored walk

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