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12 January 2022

We would like all Westie's to bring their humans and join us on our February Greater Manchester Westie Walk at

Heaton Park
Middleton Road
Higher Blackley

M25 0DL     Lake Car Park ( This is the Sheepfoot Lane, entrance)

Saturday 12th February 2022      The walk will start at 12-30.  

I shall be there from 12-00 noon on the grass verge of the car Park

There will be a donation of £1 per Westie.

You can donate more if you wish. All Donations and £1's will go towards our Vets Fees that are needed for all the Westie's we have in Long Term Foster and Life Time Care
It will be nice to see as many of you there as possible.

Pay & Display charges apply every day between 10am and 5pm. The maximum daily cost is £3. Disabled parking is available in all our car parks. You can park in any bay, it doesn't have to be a specific disabled bay, but your Blue Badge must be visible. Pay and display fees do not apply to disabled badge holders.

Cafes - Our cafes at the Stables and the Lakeside are open and offer indoor, outdoor and a takeaway service.

Toilets - The toilet block near to Heaton Hall is available, from the time the park opens until 6pm weekends,

About Westie Rescue Scheme

About Westie Rescue Scheme

We are a national organisation formed by the late Barbara Graham in the late 1970's. Initially we consisted of a few caring colleagues who struggled to make ends meet against all odds and in the face of adversity. The more widely recognised The Westie Rescue Scheme of the present day came into being in 1993. The Scheme now has over 2500 registered 'friends'.

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