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Join the local RSPCA Mascot Trail


WARRINGTON RSPCA is inviting residents to put up posters and window displays for a trail around town over the weekend 25-26 July, to raise awareness for their local branch and have fun!

With five cute mascots to choose from and RSPCA goody bags to win (one for each mascot!), you can get involved for animals in need from the comfort of your own home!
Join in the fun by decorating your window for one of the five RSPCA mascots – Rufus the Dog, Ruby the Cat, Seymour the Fox, Harry the Hedgehog, or Reggie the Badger – using the posters and templates at http://rspca-whs.org.uk/mascot-trail-homepage/

Email events@rspca-whs.org.uk with your street name and mascot chosen to be added to the trail map and enter the competition. Your details won’t be held in any other way, and you won’t be added to any marketing lists.
Buy your “tickets” to trek the trail through JustGiving page www.justgiving.com/campaign/mascot-trail, with all donations going directly to the RSPCA Warrington, Halton and St Helens branch (charity number 232259). Then use the Trail Map to visit the displays near you over the weekend 25-26 July!
Posters and Trail Map at: http://rspca-whs.org.uk/mascot-trail-homepage/
Don’t forget to keep your distance from others to keep everyone safe!


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