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TJDR are happy to announce that our new Charity shop will be opening tomorrow the 1st of August.
Thank you to each an every one of the volunteers, management team, family and friends that have worked tirelessly over the last few months to help TJDR open our charity shop.
Everyone involved has worked voluntarily in various ways, some of the management team and volunteers have invested their own money in helping us to open our charity shop on Redcar high street. 
Others have given items to stock the shop, others have worked in a lot of different roles helping us.
No one at any time has complained or wanted or needed to claim the higher ground.
This has been a pure and honest example of team work.
We haven't used any of the donations or funds from TJDR, purely a case of all of the team pulling together.

The charity shop will enable us to raise funds to save more Great Danes and honorary Great Danes without the need for relying upon donations and personal investments from volunteers, management team, family and friends.
The charity shop will also be a place that allows people to bring their dogs in, along with us being able to offer help and advice with regard 
to the care and safety of any dog.
It is a chance for the public to come in and ask us for help or advice, 
we will be running various events and workshops with the Charity shop 
and different topics.
We are keen to educate the public on the welfare of deaf and blind or 
any disadvantaged dog.
we will be holding micro chipping events and health care events with the 
support of our vets.
Thank you to keith Edwards at MK DeSigns for a wonderful shop sign, just 
a few more bits to add to it.
The shop is fully insured and registered with the appropriate authorities.
Our Charity shop will be staffed by volunteers who are giving their time 
for free with no wages or financial reward.
Thank you to all of team TJDR, be they in person or just through contact on social media etc.
So there you are. 
We welcome the opportunity for you all to bob in say hello to the volunteers, management team and of course our furkids."TJDR are happy to announce that our new Charity shop will be opening tomorrow the 1st of August.

Thank you to each an every one of the volunteers, management team, family and friends that have worked tirelessly over the last few months to help TJDR open our charity shop.
Everyone involved has worked voluntarily in various ways, some of the management team and volunteers have invested their own money in helping us to open our charity shop on Redcar high street. 
Others have given items to stock the shop, others have worked in a lot of different roles helping us.
No one at any time has complained or wanted or needed to claim the higher ground.
This has been a pure and honest example of team work.
We haven't used any of the donations or funds from TJDR, purely a case of all of the team pulling together.

The charity shop will enable us to raise funds to save more Great Danes and honorary Great Danes without the need for relying upon donations and personal investments from volunteers, management team, family and friends.
The charity shop will also be a place that allows people to bring their dogs in, along with us being able to offer help and advice with regard 
to the care and safety of any dog.
It is a chance for the public to come in and ask us for help or advice, 
we will be running various events and workshops with the Charity shop 
and different topics.
We are keen to educate the public on the welfare of deaf and blind or 
any disadvantaged dog.
we will be holding micro chipping events and health care events with the 
support of our vets.
Thank you to keith Edwards at MK DeSigns for a wonderful shop sign, just 
a few more bits to add to it.
The shop is fully insured and registered with the appropriate authorities.
Our Charity shop will be staffed by volunteers who are giving their time 
for free with no wages or financial reward.
Thank you to all of team TJDR, be they in person or just through contact on social media etc.
So there you are. 
We welcome the opportunity for you all to bob in say hello to the volunteers, management team and of course our furkids."TJDR are happy to announce that our new Charity shop will be opening tomorrow the 1st of August.

Thank you to each an every one of the volunteers, management team, family and friends that have worked tirelessly over the last few months to help TJDR open our charity shop.
Everyone involved has worked voluntarily in various ways, some of the management team and volunteers have invested their own money in helping us to open our charity shop on Redcar high street. 
Others have given items to stock the shop, others have worked in a lot of different roles helping us.
No one at any time has complained or wanted or needed to claim the higher ground.
This has been a pure and honest example of team work.
We haven't used any of the donations or funds from TJDR, purely a case of all of the team pulling together.

The charity shop will enable us to raise funds to save more Great Danes and honorary Great Danes without the need for relying upon donations and personal investments from volunteers, management team, family and friends.
The charity shop will also be a place that allows people to bring their dogs in, along with us being able to offer help and advice with regard 
to the care and safety of any dog.
It is a chance for the public to come in and ask us for help or advice, 
we will be running various events and workshops with the Charity shop 
and different topics.
We are keen to educate the public on the welfare of deaf and blind or 
any disadvantaged dog.
we will be holding micro chipping events and health care events with the 
support of our vets.
Thank you to keith Edwards at MK DeSigns for a wonderful shop sign, just 
a few more bits to add to it.
The shop is fully insured and registered with the appropriate authorities.
Our Charity shop will be staffed by volunteers who are giving their time 
for free with no wages or financial reward.
Thank you to all of team TJDR, be they in person or just through contact on social media etc.
So there you are. 
We welcome the opportunity for you all to bob in say hello to the volunteers, management team and of course our furkids."TJDR are happy to announce that our new Charity shop will be opening tomorrow the 1st of August.

Thank you to each an every one of the volunteers, management team, family and friends that have worked tirelessly over the last few months to help TJDR open our charity shop.
Everyone involved has worked voluntarily in various ways, some of the management team and volunteers have invested their own money in helping us to open our charity shop on Redcar high street. 
Others have given items to stock the shop, others have worked in a lot of different roles helping us.
No one at any time has complained or wanted or needed to claim the higher ground.
This has been a pure and honest example of team work.
We haven't used any of the donations or funds from TJDR, purely a case of all of the team pulling together.

The charity shop will enable us to raise funds to save more Great Danes and honorary Great Danes without the need for relying upon donations and personal investments from volunteers, management team, family and friends.
The charity shop will also be a place that allows people to bring their dogs in, along with us being able to offer help and advice with regard 
to the care and safety of any dog.
It is a chance for the public to come in and ask us for help or advice, 
we will be running various events and workshops with the Charity shop 
and different topics.
We are keen to educate the public on the welfare of deaf and blind or 
any disadvantaged dog.
we will be holding micro chipping events and health care events with the 
support of our vets.
Thank you to keith Edwards at MK DeSigns for a wonderful shop sign, just 
a few more bits to add to it.
The shop is fully insured and registered with the appropriate authorities.
Our Charity shop will be staffed by volunteers who are giving their time 
for free with no wages or financial reward.
Thank you to all of team TJDR, be they in person or just through contact on social media etc.
So there you are. 
We welcome the opportunity for you all to bob in say hello to the volunteers, management team and of course our furkids."TJDR are happy to announce that our new Charity shop will be opening tomorrow the 1st of August.

Thank you to each an every one of the volunteers, management team, family and friends that have worked tirelessly over the last few months to help TJDR open our charity shop.
Everyone involved has worked voluntarily in various ways, some of the management team and volunteers have invested their own money in helping us to open our charity shop on Redcar high street. 
Others have given items to stock the shop, others have worked in a lot of different roles helping us.
No one at any time has complained or wanted or needed to claim the higher ground.
This has been a pure and honest example of team work.
We haven't used any of the donations or funds from TJDR, purely a case of all of the team pulling together.

The charity shop will enable us to raise funds to save more Great Danes and honorary Great Danes without the need for relying upon donations and personal investments from volunteers, management team, family and friends.
The charity shop will also be a place that allows people to bring their dogs in, along with us being able to offer help and advice with regard 
to the care and safety of any dog.
It is a chance for the public to come in and ask us for help or advice, 
we will be running various events and workshops with the Charity shop 
and different topics.
We are keen to educate the public on the welfare of deaf and blind or 
any disadvantaged dog.
we will be holding micro chipping events and health care events with the 
support of our vets.
Thank you to keith Edwards at MK DeSigns for a wonderful shop sign, just 
a few more bits to add to it.
The shop is fully insured and registered with the appropriate authorities.
Our Charity shop will be staffed by volunteers who are giving their time 
for free with no wages or financial reward.
Thank you to all of team TJDR, be they in person or just through contact on social media etc.
So there you are. 
We welcome the opportunity for you all to bob in say hello to the volunteers, management team and of course our furkids."