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We’re nearly there!

We’re nearly there!

Posted on 05th March 2021

Some of you may remember, pre-pandemic, we started raising money for the Guide Dogs Scotland Name a Puppy campaign. Our efforts faltered slightly in the last year for obvious reasons but now we’re back on the case, ready to cross the finishing line.

With £1000 left to reach our £5000 target, the team here at the practice has decided to run, walk or swim in March covering over 1000 miles between us. From a commitment to cover the miles wild swimming, to another of the team who will walk/run 100 miles during the month. We’ll share our updates as the month progresses. We know lots of you have already donated, but if you haven’t and would like to, you can find our new page here.

Thank you in advance – and do cheer us on if you see any of the team traipsing the streets of Edinburgh in the coming month! Please feel free to suggest any names for when we hit our target. Thanks again.


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