Last week, the South Coast Dubs group shared details of a charity event in aid of the Mount Noddy RSPCA centre near Chichester. It would be an opportunity to takes dogs and children to meet Santa in his Camper, and was supported by the Dirty Low Down Dubbers club from Bognor Regis.
We thought that was a great idea, and we met up with a few other South Coast Dubs members to drive to Mount Noddy in a small convoy. We all brought our VDub Dogs as well, and our Luna was wearing her Santa outfit with sparkly bow-tie (sorry Luna).
When we got to Mount Noddy, there was a small Christmas Fayre selling all sorts of things like crafts, dog accessories, cakes, and there was a dog grooming station. There were also raffles, a tombola and the opportunity to buy toys for the dogs that would be spending Christmas in kennels.
A number of great VW campers were parked up in the middle, including a Syncro with a wood-burner which was roasting chestnuts, a nice beetle and some lovely bays. One of the bays was Santa’s grotto. Luna was very excited to go meet Santa, or perhaps bemused and confused, but as soon as the bag with treats came out, she was fully committed to the whole thing!
The event looked like a great success! I think it got busier than they’d anticipated but it was for a really great cause, so I’m not surprised.
If you want to know more about the RSPCA at Mount Noddy, here is information, including the animals up for adoption.
Well done to the Dirty Low Down Dubbers and Mount Noddy RSPCA for the great event!