Virtual Bark in the Park

** REGISTRATION EXTENDED **

Sadly we were not able to hold Bark in the Park this year due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19 and the restrictions on large gatherings. The good news is that we launched the Virtual Bark in the Park so that you and your pets can still have fun and raise some much-needed funds for your local Hospice!

Simply register below, walk the Bark in the Park route in your own time or set a personal challenge to achieve before Wednesday 30th September, and get sponsored for doing it!

  • £6 entry fee per dog
  • Suggested sponsorship target of £15 per dog
  • No charge for owners!

If you had previously signed up to take part in Bark in the Park 2020 there is no need to re-register, your place will be transferred. However, please contact us on 01325 254321 or [email protected] to let us know you’re taking part in the Virtual Bark in the Park so that we can send you a sponsorship pack and to make sure you get a goody bag!

Registration will close at 12 noon on Wednesday 2nd September 2020

Goody bag and bandana for every dog!

When you register we will send you a sponsorship kit and some challenge ideas, plus a bespoke doggy bandana for your four-legged friend to wear with pride!

Please raise as much as you can to help us look after families who need us. Our nursing and counselling teams work tirelessly throughout the year to give care and support to terminally ill people and their families. It costs over £3 million a year to provide these services and we need your help now more than ever because of the ongoing impact of COVID-19. Thank you!

When you complete your challenge and send in your sponsorship, you will receive a unique code to claim an amazing goody bag from our friends at Jollyes The Pet Superstore Darlington!

COVID-19 Advice

We want all of our lovely supporters to remain safe and well when taking part in the Virtual Bark in the Park. You must adhere to the latest Government guidelines at all times when out walking your dog. Follow social distancing rules and remember to wash your hands regularly. For more advice please visit https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus