The Vale of Belvoir goes barking mad for the Great British Dog Walk at Belvoir Castle

Dog walkers at the start PHOTO: Supplied
Dog walkers at the start PHOTO: Supplied

Belvoir Castle was the picturesque backdrop for a dog walk to support Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.

The Great British Dog Walk attracted 236 to the venue and more than 120 dogs who enjoyed the good weather.

Participants and their canines resting in the shade PHOTO: Supplied

Participants and their canines resting in the shade PHOTO: Supplied

Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire community fundraising manager, Lucy Ward, said: “We had a fantastic day on Sunday (June 18) at the stunning Belvoir Castle. Even with the extreme heat all our volunteers and walkers turned out to support us and enjoyed the day. Huge thanks to everyone involved.”

The Great British Dog Walk at Belvoir Castle provided a fun-filled day for recipients, volunteers and supporters to join forces and help raise funds for an incredible cause, which will mean that more Hearing Dogs can be paired with those who are in desperate need to become more confident in their daily lives.

Striding out in the sunshine PHOTO: Supplied

Striding out in the sunshine PHOTO: Supplied