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Ancol supports opening of Birmingham Dogs Home centre

Ancol directors joined staff at Birmingham Dogs Home at a special event to celebrate the opening of the new rehoming centre in Solihull.

As official partners of Birmingham Dogs Home, last year Ancol donated £25,000 towards the costs of looking after hundreds of stray and abandoned dogs at the new £6 million state-of-the-art centre.

Ancol sales director Sarah Lane commented: “We were very proud to be at the official opening of the new centre, which offers fantastic facilities for dogs until they find their forever home.

"Over the next few years, we’re looking forward to working closely with Birmingham Dogs Home to help raise further awareness and funding.”

Chief executive of Birmingham Dogs Home, Simon Price, added: “A special thanks to our amazing supporters – we are only able to provide our homeless dogs with these amazing new facilities because of your support and your hard work.”

At the event, special guest HRH the Duke of Gloucester officially opened the centre and unveiled a commemorative plaque.

Pictured (left to right): Simon Lane, Ancol director;  Alayna Warner, commercial manager BDH; Sarah Lane, Ancol director; Karen Doy, home manager, Birmingham Dogs Home Sunnyside; and Jonathan Lane, Ancol director.
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