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Brunswick Heads pet show a winner

The inaugural Brunswick Heads Pet Show on Sunday proved a big success with scores of people and their pets taking part. Pooches and parrots, guinea pigs, goldfish, rabbits, kittens and lambs were some of the stars of the show which featured sausage races, fastest dog, tricks and best-dressed categories.

Video Sharon Shostak


3 responses to “Brunswick Heads pet show a winner”

  1. Kerry Morgan says:

    The pet show was a great day for all. All the kids & their pets were so excited.
    Well done to all the organisers involved.

  2. G Wood says:

    What a happy story and fun day! Congratulations to the organisers, Brunswick Heaads Progress Association, the winning pets and their owners.

    Hopefully there will be many more Pet Shows, capturing residents enjoying what simple pleasures this special location offers.

    Fund-raising by BHPA, and on-going resident support, are needed to ensure the community can offer a safe, accessible place for all residents and visitors – a place that keeps holiday-makers returning to enjoy the natural beauty and friendliness.

    BHPA is to be praised for its commitment towards ensuring Bruns does not become an over-developed tourist drop-in spot, but a vibrant community where residents’ opinions are acknowledged and considered.

  3. Denise says:

    What a great day to watch on the video link from London! Hope to attend the next show..

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