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Friends of Calagran Four Paws Hotel raising money for NAY Boxer Rescue

Abseiling from bridge into a ravine in Derbyshire for Notts & Yorkshire Boxer Rescue because what better way to celebrate our anniversary here

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  • Event: One year of Calagran Four Paws Hotel, 14 Mar 2015

Notts & Yorkshire Boxer Rescue

We Rescue boxer dogs to Rehome boxer dogs

Charity Registration No. 1152380

Story

A year ago on the 5th of March 2014 we (Julie & Maureen Adams) took over Calagran and spent most of our life savings transforming it into our dream of Calagran Four Paws Hotel. Since then a lot has happened and one of those things has been the joy of being involved with Nottingham & Yorkshire Boxer Rescue and working with them to save the lives of dogs who without them would not have the loving homes so many now do or perhaps worse may have lost their lives. 

So we couldn't think of a better way to celebrate our anniversary than to do something to help the rescue do more of the great work they already do today. 

So we gathered a willing team comprising of us, staff, associates and friends to join us to do something silly to encourage you to help us to help them.

The team is: Julie Adams, Maureen Adams, Georgina Parson, Abi Grocutt, Sue Launders, Gemma Ibbotson, Rosie Oliver-Evans and Jon Evans. 

We have decided therefore to throw ourselves off a very high bridge into a ravine with a white water river below on an abseil rope not once but three times just to prove we are absolutely bonkers about dogs we and the NAY charity work we are!

So please help us to support the rescue to save more lives!

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