fbpx

september, 2019

21sep10:00 am4:00 pmCrafty Dog Festival Brighton10:00 am - 4:00 pm Preston PArk, Preston Rd, Brighton BN1 6SD Event Organized By: Crafty Dog Festival

Crafty Dog Festival Brighton

more

Event Details

Crafty Dog Festival Brighton | The dog-loving people of Brighton & Hove are in for a treat! The ‘Say Aphasia’ charity are introducing The Crafty Dog Festival on Saturday 21st September in Preston Park, Brighton.

Entry is free to all and opening times are from 10am – 4pm. You will be able to enjoy a day out with your dog and meet other dogs and owners.

You can get involved in our dog show, try an agility class, purchase local homemade dog treats and handmade dog accessories and much more!

The Crafty Dog Festival aims to raise funds and awareness for the charity, while bringing together the local community to celebrate our canine friends. Many people haven’t heard of this condition ‘aphasia’ and so the people in Brighton & Hove who live with it are left with little support – we need to change this. Say Aphasia charity supports people with the condition aphasia by providing weekly drop-in groups for these people to meet others in the same situation. The charity’s aim is to provide support and encouragement so that people with aphasia learn to adapt to their new way of life, with more ease and less frustrations. Aphasia is a communication disability which occurs when the communication centres of the brain are damaged. It is usually caused by a stroke, brain haemorrhage, head injury or a brain tumour. Aphasia makes it difficult to read, write or speak.

The event is sponsored by local photographer Lauren Christien Photography. Someone who is very passionate about the charity and also a massive fan of dogs.

Crafty Dog Festival Brighton event image and description courtesy of the event organisers.

Time

(Saturday) 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location

Preston PArk

Preston Rd, Brighton BN1 6SD

Organizer

Crafty Dog Festival

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

X