Fun day is coming.... Sunday 28th June...
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 June 2015 20:50
This year’s fun day will be held on Sunday 28th June 2015, with gates opening at 10.30am.
It is just £1 for entry and includes a programme.
Where is it all at........Lower Withington Village Hall, Farm Lane, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 9DY
There will be lots of events to choose from as you can see from the programme below ........... have some fun and enter the fancy dress class; have your friends often said you and your dog are alike; why not enter the dog most like its owner class. Or of course you will believe your dog is the best NWESSR has ever had; come and tell your dog’s story and enter the best NWESSR dog class.
This year NWESSR has its own agility course; always wondered whether your four legged friend would enjoy it, or be any good at it?? for just £1 you can have a go and find out.
The ice-cream van, and the tasty bites from the café are both a must! Our sponsors include: Honeys Real Dog Food, Beautiful Joes liver treats, Fish4dogs and Darlings Real pet food
Whatever your preference, one thing is for sure you and dog(s) will have plenty of fun.
Come along and meet the NWESSR volunteers and Trustees, but more importantly help NWESSR raise money to help the dogs. ALL PROCEEDS AFTER COSTS GO TO NWESSR.
If you would like to volunteer, even for just a little while on the day please contact
Here's the programme FUNDAY 2015 Programme
A GRAND week at the Charity Shop
Last Updated on Thursday, 07 May 2015 21:38
We want to say a huge 'Thank You' to those of you who donated items to the NWESSR Charity Shop in Wallasey ..... we raised a whopping £931 in just 5 days, which means a great deal to the charity and helps us to continue our work.
We would also like to thank the following volunteers who helped setup and ‘man’ the shop during the week:
Trish Cook, Barry and Kath Etchells, Vicki Cutler, Gill Snell, Anne Chandler, Ian Hague, Edna Hill, Gillian Bamber, Sue Hurst, Gillian Cannon, Wendy Taylor, Marion, Zena, Paula and Peter Henderson and Lynn.
The final week that NWESSR have been able to secure the shop for this year is from 4th - 10th July..... so, if you have any other bits and bobs that you no longer use or need and would like to donate them to charity, please consider us.
If you would like to help out in the shop, please drop Trish a message via email to
Morecambe bay walk... come and join us
Last Updated on Saturday, 23 May 2015 11:46
Come and join us on the exciting walk across Morecambe Bay, led by the Queens Official Guide, Cedric Robinson MBE.
The walk is 7 to 8 miles long, and starts from the stony foreshore at Arnside, proceeding onto the sands and across the channels of the River Kent. The height of the river is usually between knee and thigh deep. Old, comfortable shoes or trainers are recommended rather than expensive walking boots or wellies, and shorts or trousers that you can roll up. There are dangerous quick-sands in the bay. To ensure your safety, stay with your group and follow instructions from the Guide and his helpers at all times.
Please arrive in good time to set off with the group, the bay is too dangerous to cross without a guide.The weather can be anything from driving rain to hot sun, so come prepared to protect yourself against the elements. It is very exposed out on the bay. Don't forget to bring a bottle of water and a snack. The last part of the walk involves crossing gullies on the saltmarsh. These can be quite wide and slippery, so walkers need to be agile enough to get across. The walk ends at Kents Bank Railway Station.
You must register your intention to walk by Thursday 9 July by emailing
as places are limited. Please indicate if you will be giving a donation, being sponsored, or both.
Any last minute instructions or updates will be given by email where possible. They will also be posted on our website, it is your responsibility to check for the latest news. NWESSR Gift Aid Sponsorship Form
Donation is £10 per adult, children and dogs free. Or why not get sponsored. Forms can be downloaded here:
The walk is a linear route from Arnside to Kents Bank. We suggest you park your vehicle at Kents Bank and catch the 10.40 train from Kents Bank, to arrive Arnside 10.50.>From Arnside Station walk to the start point at the monument, on Arnside promenade, opposite The Albion pub. On arrival YOU MUST confirm your arrival with the NWESSR representative.
Rubys story.... from rescue to rehome
Last Updated on Friday, 24 April 2015 20:53
We wanted to share this story with you as it gives you an insight into the work of NWESSR and the importance of foster homes … right the way through to the homing team who find the perfect homes for the springers that come to us for help…
It also shows just how much we appreciate our many supporters, those supporters who donate to, and buy items from, our charity shop and Facebook auction, those who buy Jo’s cakes and the raffle tickets at Christmas, those who generously sponsor a springer and attend our fun day…. YOU really do make a difference to NWESSR and ensure that we can continue to do what we do…
You can find information on the website about becoming a foster family, being a volunteer, sponsoring a springer or generally supporting us in other ways. Donations can be made by paypal, text or other ways by clicking the ‘PAW’ at the top right of the screen.
Click for Rubys Story
We hope you enjoy Ruby’s story and THANK YOU for your support