Have coffee with pups right on Hill Head’s beach

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A COFFEE morning will take place with a group of dogs and their owners on the beach in Hill Head.

‘Paws for coffee on the Beach’ is being organised by the South Hampshire Hearing Dogs group.

It will take place on Tuesday, July 24 at the Rotary Wheelhouse in Salterns Road car park in Hill Head near Fareham from 10am.

The dogs from the charity are trained to alert their owners to sounds such as the alarm clock, phones and smoke alarm.

The coffee morning is being organised to allow people to meet some of the dogs and see what they do.

All four legged friends, their owners and children are welcome to attend.

Free water and treats will be provided.

There is a dog friendly beach nearby.

The coffee morning costs £2 each to raise money for the charity.

To find out more please email christine_seward@btinternet.com, call 01329 668516 or visithearing-dogs-southhants.org.uk