Hundreds of dog walkers are set to descend on High Wycombe’s Hughenden Manor on Saturday, to raise money for a popular south Bucks animal charity.
The walk on April 22 at the National Trust site is led by Saunderton-base charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People and is one of 20 events across the UK.
Mayor of High Wycombe, Zia Ahmed, will officially start the event at 11am and around 250 adults and 25 dogs will follow suit, choosing either the 6km or 3km route.
Community fundraising manager, Michelle Sapwell, says: “I am really excited to be a part of this local event.
“Hughenden Manor is a stunning venue, with beautiful views, ancient woodland and open parklands. With something for everyone, this promises to be a great day out for all.”
Tickets are £10 in advance for adults and are available online at www.greatbritishdogwalk.org or £12 on the day. Children under 16 go free.
Refreshments will be available and participants can bring a picnic to enjoy after the walk.