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Health club staff to take on charity challenge

A PAIR of animal lovers from Combe Grove Manor Country Club are taking on a charity challenge with a difference, by swapping places with the four legged residents from nearby Bath Cats and Dogs Home.
Leisure and beauty manager Lucie Harrison and assistant leisure club manager Ben Chun are taking part in the charity’s Kennel Break corporate challenge on June 12 where professionals from the local business community spend time behind bars with only their mobile phones and laptops to help them negotiate the minimum £1,000 needed to secure their release.
Ben said: “Bath Cats and Dogs Home is our nominated Charity of the Year 2015, and as a team we want to give as much support as we can.
“As well as being a dog-friendly hotel, our team is made up of many animal lovers too, and so this cause is very close to our hearts.”
This year's target for the Kennel Break inmates is to raise a record-breaking total of £20,000; money that will go towards the £1.4m needed annually to keep the home open.
The individual raising the most money will be crowned Bath Cats and Dog's Home's 'Top Dog' for 2015.

Go backPosted on 2nd June 2015