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Fab Pop-Up Shop At Kimbers' Farm Shop

Sunday 9 April 2017

 

From UK publication Blackmore Vale Magazine:

 

Rupert
Dapper chap Rupert models his Soggy Doggies coat
 

Fab pop-up shop at Kimber's tomorrow

By Blackmore Vale Magazine
April 7, 2017

Local World Copyright © 2017 Local World. All Rights Reserved.

Rupert shows off his snazzy coat, which is part of the Soggy Doggies collection that will be at a special pop up shop at Kimber's Farm Shop at Charlton Musgrove, tomorrow, Saturday 8th, from 10am - 3pm.

There will also be lots of fabulous fleece clothing, waterproof jackets and waistcoats, plus colourful dog coats. Commissions can also be taken. The lady behind the stitching is Sarah Goodman, who has started Soggy Doggies to raise funds to help raise awareness of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) in children, which her teenage son Max suffers from.

Sarah said: "Coping with a child with CFS is incredibly challenging and draining for both the child and parent. CFS causes persistent fatigue that affects everyday life and doesn't go away with sleep or rest.

"Max and I are aiming to create a place called The Zone, where children with CFS and their parents can meet, relax and swap information and spend some down-time."

To find out more about Soggy Doggies and CFS contact Sarah at sarahgpwf@googlemail.com.

 

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