Framlingham Technology Centre shows its support for animal rescue charity
PUBLISHED: 16:18 07 March 2017 | UPDATED: 16:18 07 March 2017 Tom Potter
Framlingham Technology Centre’s chosen charity for the year is Suffolk Animal Rescue. Lucy Daykin holding Toby, and Ian Chapman holding Phoebe. Picture: TOM POTTER
A business centre has chosen to support an animal rescue charity for the next year.
Lucy Daykin, of Suffolk Animal Rescue, visited Framlingham Technology Centre with her adopted dogs, Toby and Phoebe – both former residents of the shelter in Debenham.
Centre coordinator Ian Chapman said: “We have supported many great charities over the years, but never an animal one – so, this year, we are proud to support the amazing work of Suffolk Animal Rescue. As a business centre we are full of animal lovers. We are happy to allow tenants to bring their (well behaved) pets to work with them.”
As well as planning several events throughout the year, including a grand sale, bake-off, and breakfast mornings, Mr Chapman will take on the Great East Run in September.
The charity and its dozen volunteers rely on donations. Vet bills are between £2,500 and £3,000 a month.
It takes in dogs, cats, guinea pigs and rabbits. Visit suffolkanimalrescue.org