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North Clwyd Animal Rescue

Maes Gwyn Glan yr Afon Road, Trelogan, Nr. Holywell CH8 9BD

Telephone: 01745 560546



Holywell takes its name from the town’s 7th century St Winefride’s Holy Well; one of the Seven Wonders of Wales.

Located in North East Wales and set amid unspoiled countryside overlooking the estuary of the River Dee, the centre of this traditional Welsh market town has changed little over the last few hundred years with a rich variety of fine late Georgian and Victorian period buildings. (Wikipedia)

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North Clwyd Animal Rescue is situated near Holywell, North Wales. They welcome volunteers any day from 11-4, and need donations of time and money, with regular fund-raising events taking place.

"North Clwyd Animal Rescue (NCAR) is a registered charity founded in 1978 by Anne Owen. From one thin little Lurcher, we now care for over 1500 domestic pets a year. We have grown to meet these new demands and with the current economic situation these services are vital for the wider community. There are many ways you can support NCAR - fundraising, sponsor a kennel or even supporting one of our NCAR charity shops. It really does make a difference!"

What can you do to help? You might be able to offer:

1) A loving home for our rescue dogs

2) To act as an escort for dogs to their new homes, accompanying them to their final destinations

3) Donations of dog food

4) Help with walking and playing with the dogs

5) Dog behaviourist skills, to specific dogs overcome particular issues

6) Veterinary skills, to neuter dogs for free and/or provide other veterinary assistance

7) Vaccine donations

8) Help with meeting our veterinary bills