RSPCA takes a stroll in the park at Sandringham

The RSPCA is holding its annual dog walk to raise funds for animal welfare on Sunday at Sandringham Country Park.

Donations will be welcome to pay for the work that goes on at the RSPCA rehoming centre at Eau Brink.

The fun starts at 11am and all are welcome to join in. Just make a donation.

The West Norfolk RSPCA branch is unique in that it is run almost entirely by volunteers, with only the kennel assistants being paid.

The Eau Brink centre cost £1 million to build and when it was open in 2013 was funded by the charity’s own reserves, generated by the charity shops in Lynn and Hunstanton, and some legacies.

Each week the Lynn News works with the RSPCA at Eau Brink to feature an animal in need of a forever family. This week’s Paws for Thought animal from Eau Brink is Spike (pictured).

He is a gorgeous young Staffie who loves everyone he meets and has the best ears ever! Spike’s favourite things are playing ball, long walks, cuddling and nights in on the sofa.

He loves life and just wants to share his with you please.”

Can you help? If you can contact Eau Brink on 01553 618889 or go online to westnorfolkrspca.org.uk

The centre is open 11am to 3pm, Monday to Saturday or by appointment on a Sunday.