Singers support local sanctuary

Open day at Bluebell Ridge cat home, Hastings. 9/9/12
Carol Chadwick and Kate Thwaites with Tabitha. ENGSUS00120121009073431
Open day at Bluebell Ridge cat home, Hastings. 9/9/12 Carol Chadwick and Kate Thwaites with Tabitha. ENGSUS00120121009073431

‘Friends Unlimited’ - formed 15 years ago - is the name for a group of singers who present regular concerts supporting small local charities.

This week they are raising money for Bluebell Ridge Cat and Dog Rehoming Centre in Chowns Hill, Hastings.

The concert is at 11 am on Saturday March 5 at Hastings Museum and Art Gallery and will include serious and fun songs, together with a raffle and interval refreshments. Tickets, priced £6, are available on the door. Friends Unlimited promise you will be made very welcome to enjoy a fun Saturday morning in a stunning venue.

Bluebell Ridge is run by trained staff and a dedicated group of volunteers. The branch also has a group of voluntary Trustees.

in strays and unwanted cats that desperately need homes and work closely with the RSPCA Inspectors in Hastings, Rother and Eastbourne. To find out more about the centre or if you can give a cat or dog a loving home, visit www.bluebellridge.org.uk.

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