The business is a one-stop shop offering grooming for cats and dogs plus assistance with the internal and behavioural health of pets.
With the numbers of domestic abuse victims rising during the pandemic, charities are expecting a surge in people trying to escape to a refuge.
It is releasing an exclusive soft, plush toy which is the campaign's mascot, Pantosaurus.
There will be up to 50 gifts each worth £100, thanking those who really deserve a Christmas treat.
He has been named in a magazine's list of 30 people aged 30 or less identified as rising stars of the landscape industry.
It will give people the opportunity to earn money while helping others to develop healthier lifestyles, it says.
At present no redundancies or store closures have been announced.
The money will enable it to continue to serve online customers and those in its restaurant, restrictions permitting.
The Crown Fuels Report has been published to coincide with the latest season of a popular Netflix drama.
MP visits and says its products can help the UK to reduce its environmental footprint at this critical time.
Buy One To Give One offer will help local food banks and community groups.
The top three prizes are being sponsored by the Lynn News and are worth a total of £10,000.
It says there is an acute shortage of drivers who are needed in the run-up to Christmas and presents could go undelivered.
In total, 120 different charities will be receiving an early Christmas gift as part of of the insurer's 12 days of giving campaign.
The business's chief executive said Covid trading conditions had forced this action and everyone was saddened to see colleagues leave.
The firm was the first of its kind to join the scheme which has now received a £168,000 grant to expand its membership, particularly in the Lynn area.
The annual campaign promotes constructive ways for separating parents to put the needs of their children first.
The store was one of the first of its kind to open in the country and its group now extends across East Anglia and beyond.
In recent times the numbers of stall holders have dwindled and lockdown created more pressures.
The water company has seen a three-fold increase in the number of people signing up for its priority services register.