Come along to speak with an PDSA vet nurse and get free well being checks for your dog's and further advise for all other loving pets.
PDSA will be able to give FREE preventive services including Nail clipping and ear cleaning.
Tuesday 4th April Cefn Glas and Bryntirion- Westward community centre 11am to 6pm
Wednesday 5th April Wildmill - Wildmill community centre 11am to 6pm
Thursday 6th April - Pyle Swimming pool 11am to 6pm
Friday 7th April - Caerau, Maesteg Caerau community centre 9am -4pm
Dogs Trust, Cats protection and Bridgend council animal welfare will also be present on the days for all the help and guidance you need with all your furry animals.
Please note: Only dogs on a lead are able to attend the events, but all help and advice will be given for all pets!
For further information please visit the websites below:
Due to the generosity of the people of Bridgend County and with help from local businesses, Bridgend Foodbank have had a busy couple of weeks sorting and distributing food over the busy Christmas period.
Staff at Valleys to Coast (V2C) filled over 50 shoeboxes full of Christmas treats to help those in surrounding communities to enjoy the festive season
Local businesses and contractors who work with V2C donated prizes for a Christmas raffle, raising a fantastic £832.07. This money will allow volunteers from Bridgend Foodbank to buy items of food desperately needed to help provide a balanced healthy diet to struggling families.
Jonathan Davies, Chairman Bridgend Foodbank trustee said “We are incredibly grateful to Valleys to Coast for donating the cash from their Christmas raffle. We would like to thank everyone for their continued support.”
Chris Randall, Utility Debt advisor at V2C commented, “We like to work as closely as possible with Bridgend Foodbank as we can see the fantastic work they do in our community. Glad we could help.”