Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, Great British Walk

– Content and Marketing Coordinator, Press Office at EmmanuelleChaix

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a national charity, and the Great British dog walk on 28 June 2015 is to support their initiative.

The walk has a 3 or a 6km option at National Trust’s Hughenden Manor, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. This is the country home of Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli. By participating you can meet dogs and puppies in training, especially focusing on training to alert their owners to household sounds and danger signals which enhances the lives of deaf people. Of course the dogs absolutely love to demonstrate their skills, this is a great way to show off what amazing relationships these dogs and owners can have. And because this is an event, there are craft stalls, silver jewellery and activities all round.

Apparently this is also the place for the largest Horse-Chestnut Tree in the country, something worth taking a look at.

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Hughenden Manor, hearing dogs for death people, Great British Walk

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