St. Elizabeth Hospice Unveils Date for Suffolk Dog Day 2024

by Lisa

St. Elizabeth Hospice has announced the eagerly anticipated date for Suffolk Dog Day 2024, set to return to the picturesque setting of Helmingham Hall. Sponsored by Gladwells Pet & Country Store and Skinners, this year’s event is scheduled for Sunday, September 8th.

Building on the success of previous years, Suffolk Dog Day 2024 promises a delightful array of activities for dogs and their owners alike. From entertaining dog classes and agility challenges to over 50 stalls brimming with canine delights, attendees can expect a day packed with excitement. The event will also feature Crufts-style competitions, children’s entertainment, and a diverse selection of food and drink stalls to satisfy all appetites.


While additional details will be unveiled in the coming months, organizers assure that Suffolk Dog Day 2024 will once again capture the hearts of dog lovers across the county, all while raising crucial funds for St. Elizabeth Hospice.


James Fox-Golding, Events and Challenges Manager at St. Elizabeth Hospice, expressed his enthusiasm for the upcoming event, stating, “We are thrilled to announce the date for this year’s Suffolk Dog Day. It’s a cherished occasion on the Suffolk calendar, and we eagerly anticipate coming together with supporters and the local community to celebrate our shared affection for our canine companions. With tickets now available, we encourage everyone to secure their spot and join us for what promises to be an unforgettable day.”


The announcement follows the unfortunate cancellation of Suffolk Dog Day 2023 due to extreme weather conditions in September of last year, adhering to guidance from event partners at the RSPCA and Nightingale Vets.


Funds raised through Suffolk Dog Day 2024 will contribute to the vital work of St. Elizabeth Hospice, an independent charity providing specialist palliative care to over 4,000 individuals living with progressive or life-limiting illnesses, along with their families, across East Suffolk, Great Yarmouth, and Waveney.

With an annual cost of approximately £12 million to deliver its services, the hospice relies heavily on community support to sustain its operations. Contributions from events like Suffolk Dog Day, as well as individual fundraising efforts, retail initiatives, and charitable donations, play a crucial role in ensuring the continued provision of compassionate care to those in need.


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