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Three Northamptonshire Police officers, a Shetland pony and a donkey will complete 100-mile charity trek for RSPCA

A Northamptonshire police officer will take part in a 100 mile charity trek starting Friday, August 8, along with her miniature Shetland pony, Scotch.

A Northamptonshire police officer will take part in a 100 mile charity trek starting Friday, August 8, along with her miniature Shetland pony, Scotch.

A Northamptonshire police constable and colleagues will take part in a 100 mile charity trek in August along with her miniature Shetland pony, Scotch, to raise money for the RSPCA.

PC Fiona Bays-Griffiths and Scotch will commence the seven day, 100 mile trek over East Anglian countryside, starting off from Needham Market in Suffolk.

They will be accompanied by PCSO Tash Fountain, Special Constable Chelsey Bailey and her donkey, Barley.

Scotch and Barley (pictured) will carry all of their equipment and they will be camping out for the duration of the trek, the aim of which is to raise £5,000 for the RSPCA’s Felledge Equine Centre.

To finish, Fiona, Chelsey and their four legged friends will make a grand entrance into the main arena of the East of England Showground in Peterborough on Friday, August 14, at the hugely-popular Equifest show.

To donate: go to www.choices.rspca.org.uk/Appeal/felledge-funamble or text ‘RSPCA1’ to 70111 followed by £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 and support the Funamble. Texts cost standard rate plus donation amount.

 

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