If you love strolling through spring flowers and would like to raise money for assistance dog charity Canine Partners, then join the charity at the Arlington Bluebell Walk.
The charity will be at the walk on April 13, 14 and 15 between 10am and 5pm.
The Canine Partners Big Bluebell Walk is part of the 43rd Arlington Bluebell Walk and Farm Trail which is taking place between April 9 and May 10 at Bates Green Farm in Arlington, for 16 different charities.
Ruth Narracott, East Sussex and Surrey Satellite Co-ordinator and organiser of the walk, said: “It is a great family fun event raising money for a wonderful charity which really does change lives.
“There is a choice of six different beautiful walks for you to choose from, with one route gravelled to allow access to wheelchairs and pushchairs. Everyone can get involved – so bring your friends, grandparents, parents, children, grandchildren and dogs along to join in the fun.
“Refreshments and food will be available as well as Canine Partners merchandise. Walkers can also visit an animal barn with pigs, goats and sheep and take part in a quiz.”
Canine Partners provides specially trained assistance dogs to help people with disabilities.
Canine Partners CEO Andy Cook added: “The Big Bluebell Walk is a family fun event and we would like as many people as possible to join us on our spring scenic walk - and you are more than welcome to bring your dog along too but it must be kept on a lead.”
Entrance is £5 per adult, £4.50 senior citizens, £2 per child or £12 for a family ticket (two adults and up to four children).
To register visit caninepartners.org.uk/bigbluebellwalks.