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Animal lovers can enjoy an open day at the RSPCA's Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre near Nantwich

The centre opens tomorrow, Sunday 24th November, with a whole host of fun for all the family at its Christmas Fair.

Open from 11.00am, visitors can join in the festivities and help raise vital funds for the RSPCA centre.

Attractions include homemade refreshments with cakes and mince pies, pet photography, a children's Christmas craft workshop, a tombola and luxury raffle, a chance to meet Santa and even some face painting. There is even discounted microchipping for your family pet.

Centre manager Lee Stewart said: "This is a brilliant opportunity for families to have a fantastic day out. Friends, family and the family dog are all welcome to this event which will run from 11.00am until 3.00pm."

It costs £1 for entry to the event in London Road, Stapeley. For more information you can contact Samantha Taylor on 0300 123 0722 or email Samantha.taylor@rspca.org.uk

Stapeley Grange deals with over 5,500 wildlife admissions and find homes for hundreds of cats and kittens each year. However to care for all these animals it costs over £800,000 to run the centre annually.

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