Age UK Suffolk’s dog show at Jimmy’s Farm is ‘a good day all round’

The Age UK Suffolk dog show at Jimmy's Farm.

The Age UK Suffolk dog show at Jimmy's Farm. - Credit: Archant

A charity event has seen dogs take centre stage to raise funds for a Suffolk cause.

Jimmy’s Farm hosted the third annual Age UK Suffolk dog show, which raised around £1,000 for the charity.

There were a number of classes and one, Judged by ITV News Anglia’s Jonathan Wills, had 40 entries.

Roslyn Gardiner, who has organised the past three shows, thanked those who sponsored the show, adding: “We’re very blessed that people have been very generous with helping the charity.”

She said it was a day for all the family and said the oldest exhibitor was 83, while the youngest was just four years old.

Mrs Gardiner added: “We had great feedback, it was a great day all round.

“We were lucky with the weather too, it was a real bonus.

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“Everybody seemed quite happy. It was a good day all round.”

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