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Harleston photographer raises £750 for Pets as Therapy




A Harleston photographer has hosted a charity competition over the past few weeks.

Pet owners and their furry friends were invited to Lisa North’s studio on Old Market Place and in exchange for a donation of £30 per pet, obtain a studio portrait.

More than 20 animals took part in the event running in its second year and the £750 raised, were donated to charity Pets as Therapy (PAT).

Lisa North, presents the cheque to charity Pets as Therapy.
Lisa North, presents the cheque to charity Pets as Therapy.

The competition was judged by PAT representative Carole Adams and volunteer Hannah Colbourn.

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First prize was won by Emma Hockley and her Rottweiler Caesar and runner-up were Danny Smith and his 17-year-old cat Taffy.



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