A trolley pull across a town has raised over £1000 for a dog rescue charity.
Lincolnshire, Essex, Trent, Tyne, Wear and Tees Boxer Rescue (LETTBR) organised the fundraiser to support its work caring for the Boxer breed.
The trolley was pulled from K9 by Natural World, on Beacon Hill Road, through Newark town centre to The Lord Ted, Farndon Road, by members of Farndon Dog Club.
Carol Murfin, of LETTBR, said: “It was amazing. We stopped at some businesses and there was people donating on the street.
“When we finished at the Lord Ted carpark there was loads of people.”
The trolley pull raised over £1000 through sponsorship forms and a donation bucket, as Taya Dixon — with Boxer face paint — and Carol’s 12-year-old boxer Remi were pulled through the town in the trolley.
All the money raised will go towards supporting the dogs rescued and re-homed by the charity, including vet bills, kennel fees and food for the Boxers.
Carol added: “We’re always thinking of ways to raise money and have some fun at the same time.
“We did a three-legged race through the town last year and this year we were looking to do a horse ride — but couldn’t find the horses.
“So we decided to do the trolley pull.”
The trolley was accompanied by dogs previously re-homed by LETTBR, who enjoyed a walk in the sun to support the charity that found them their forever home — with stops for water along the way.