Enjoy a great day out this Saturday and raise money for a worthwhile cause at ManxSPCA Woofstock, supported by Celton Manx.
Taking place on North Quay, Douglas to help celebrate 115 years of the ManxSPCA, there will be entertainment for all the family including live music, face painting, stalls and street dancing. Woofstock will be officially opened by His Worshipful The Mayor, David Ashford at 3pm and it will run until 9pm. The event is free to attend, although any donations to the charity from visitors would be greatly appreciated.
ManxSPCA Fundraiser, Margaret Mansfield said: ‘This is a landmark year for the charity as we celebrate 115 of promoting animal welfare in the Isle of Man. Saturday is due to be a fantastic day which we hope will be enjoyed by everyone in attendance. I would once again like to express our sincere thanks to Celton Manx for its support of this event and the ManxSPCA.’
Celton Manx Executive Director Bill Mummery said: ‘We are delighted to be supporting Woofstock in its first year. I would encourage everyone to visit North Quay on Saturday and enjoy the fabulous entertainment that has been organised whilst helping to raise money for such a worthwhile cause.’