Market for animal rehab

Sue Noble-Adams, left, and Animal Rehab Central volunteer Shirleen Steel with Lady Jane, a Shitzu...
Sue Noble-Adams, left, and Animal Rehab Central volunteer Shirleen Steel with Lady Jane, a Shitzu Ms Noble-Adams adopted from Animal Rehab Central three years ago. Ms Noble-Adams is running a market on Sunday to raise funds for the charity. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
Getting out and about in winter can be challenging so an indoor market can be just the ticket.

On Sunday there will be a midwinter Christmas pop-up market at the Clyde memorial hall from 10am-4pm.

Organiser Sue Noble-Adams said she wanted to give people something to do in the middle of winter and raise money for Animal Rehab Central at the same time.

There would be a huge range of stalls with items ranging from art and photography to baking and clothing for sale.

Animal Rehab Central was special to Ms Noble-Adams as she had found her rescue shitzu there three years ago, she said.

"I saw her and fell in love with her."

Animal Rehab Central was partly funded by Pet Pit Stop, in Alexandra, which put its profits to animal rescue.

Animal welfare education programmes in schools and with the public were also carried out by their volunteers, led by Shirleen Steel.

The charity opened 2019 and provides animals with shelter, veterinary treatment and rehabilitation before being adopted.

 

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