DOGS Trust Salisbury's Christmas Fair is returning this year, for the first time in four years.

The charity is currently on the look-out for donations for the event, which is being hosted for the first time since 2019.

Dogs Trust Salisbury, are seeking donations of chocolate, sweet treats, wine, gift sets, and other prizes for its tombola and raffle which will be held at the festive event. 

Taking place on Saturday, December 2 and Sunday, December 3, between 11am and 3pm, the Dogs Trust Salisbury Christmas Fair promises to be "fun for the whole family."

The fair will play host to a number of activities including a raffle, tombola, a selection of fun games, and a 'Santa Paws' Grotto.

There will also be refreshments, Dogs Trust merch, plus handmade and doggy gifts for sale.

Dogs are more than welcome to attend but the charity say they must be kept on a lead.

Justine Salkeld, Supporter Relations Officer at Dogs Trust Salisbury, said:

"We are extremely excited to be hosting a Christmas fair at our centre this year – our first since 2019.

"This is a key fundraising event for us and is looks set to be a fantastic day for the whole family.

"All the money raised helps us look after our dogs throughout the year, while they wait for their forever home.

"If you are able to spare any prizes for our tombola or raffle, this would be a great help."

The Dogs Trust Salisbury Christmas Fair will take place at 45 Amesbury Road, Newton Tony, Wiltshire, SP4 0HW.

For more information, or to donate prizes to the tombola and raffle, please contact Justine Salkeld on or 01980 629853.