TLJ raises £200 for trailhounds in a very unusual way!
- August 10, 2016
Meet ‘The Lovely Jim’ (aka TLJ), pictured with Doris. For forty years TLJ has lived with Marfan Syndrome and a Learning Disability, but that doesn’t stop him having a positive attitude to life. Jim’s family adopted their trailhounds, Norah and Doris, to help him maintain his mobility, and they have brought great joy into all their lives. This year, instead of presents for his fortieth, he decided to ask for donations to LTW instead. He raised a whopping £200 for Trailhound Welfare which he presented to us at Leeds Dogs Trust show in August. Thank you TLJ for your support and help at the show.
Trudy Seagon – Legacy
- January 27, 2016
We at Lakeland Trailhound Welfare would like to pay tribute to Trudy Seagon who passed away in 2015. We would also like to extend our deepest sympathy to Trudy’s family for their loss. Trudy had been in touch with Trailhound Welfare over the years. Her parents had 2 hounds that they adopted 15 years ago, Sam and Jack. Trudy left a generous donation to Trailhound Welfare for which we are indebted.
Team Trailie to the rescue!
- January 7, 2016
When retired trailhound Jan went missing on a visit to Norfolk, her distraught owners from County Durham put her details on DOGLOST. Eagle eyed trailie owners saw the appeal and shared the information on Facebook. Norfolk trailie owners joined together to go out in search parties to help look for Jan. With the help of their trailies, a cooked chicken and a lurcher called Chattanooga they managed to catch the nervous Jan and reunite her with her family. We would like to thank Jan’s owners for their very kind £50 donation to LTW.
Thank you for your support in 2015
- January 4, 2016
We would like to thank all our volunteers, supporters, adopters, supporting rehoming charities for their support. In 2015, we took in 76 trailhounds (and 1 foxhound puppy who needed emergency medical treatment). As well as privately homing a number of hounds, we have been so lucky to have the support of Dogs Trust, WARS in Malvern and Margaret Green Shelter in Devon. Without them all, we could not rehome so many hounds.
Thank you to family & friends of Peggy Horsley
- October 22, 2015
Peggy Horsley, one of hound trailing legends, sadly passed away in August 2015 at the age of 90. She is well known for her association with a number of famous hounds, Buacail being one of the most noted as 3 times Champion in the 1970’s. Peggy from Borrowdale has sometimes been referred to as ‘The Lady in Red’ as she always wore a red garment which may have contributed to Buacail spotting her at the finish line and putting an extra spurt on to get to her. For anyone interested in reading about Peggy and Buacail an article about them was printed in a book called Lakeland Profiles by Red Woods. Click the link HERE to read the chapter in full.
Peggy’s daughter Ann, and granddaughter Andrea, felt as Peggy adored her hounds so much, that a fitting tribute would be to ask for donations from friends and family on behalf of Trailhound Welfare. A total of £504.67 (which included £103.52 donated at Mirkholme trails) was raised. Thank you so much to all who contributed. It means a lot to a small organisation like ours to have your support.
Thank you to the BHTA
- October 21, 2015
Trailhound Figurine auction ends 31st October
- October 19, 2015
Ann Shambrook is selling this beautiful trailhound figurine, designed and painted by herself. One of a very small edition. Individually handpainted in original colours to ensure it is totally unique. Proceeds to go to Lakeland Trailhound Welfare. Click on pictures to enlarge.
We are running an online auction for this figurine on our Facebook page, HERE If you are not on Facebook but would like to put a bid in by 31st October 2015 please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
AUCTION NOW CLOSED
Thank you Helen Farrer
- October 18, 2015
Thank you so much to Helen Farrer for raising £165 for Trailhound Welfare this summer. Helen raised the money doing car boot sales and we know how much time it takes in terms of preparation beforehand, then a long day selling followed by all the work packing things away after. Helen has a retired hound and a currently racing hound and is supportive of the work we do. Once again, THANK YOU. If anyone else would like to support us, please get in touch as we can provide a few leaflets. See our ABOUT page for more info.
Jane runs again for trailies on October 4th
- September 30, 2015
PLEASE SUPPORT JANE CRAVEN MARATHON IN AID OF TRAILHOUND WELFARE
I am running my first (and my last) marathon on 4th Oct 2015 in Chester. It has been a something I have dreamt of doing since watching the London Marathon as a child but being useless and sport and being a bit of a couch potato it has always seemed an impossible dream. Well it must have been a midlife crisis that galvanised me to attempt to do this. It has been a long time in training – I started running 4 years ago and having completed 3 half marathons it is time to do the big one. Though the hounds could do this in at least a couple of hours it will take me much a lot longer!! I have 6 hours before they take the finish line down so I want to cross it before then (it will be close as I am anticipating it will take be aroud 5:45 – 6 hours according to my current training times). It will be the last because I have really not enjoyed the training and have struggled to find the time to fit this in around work and because I don’t think my limbs will let me (especially my knee).
Please support Jane to achieve her dream and support our trailies by donating at https://www.gofundme.com/y34krmnk
Update: Jane ran the marathon in 5 hours and 25 minutes. WELL DONE. At the moment, she has raised £265 for Trailhound Welfare but there is still time to donate if you follow the link above.
Thank you to the Mark family of Cumwhitton
- July 31, 2015
Lakeland Trailhound Welfare would like to extend its sincere condolences to Alice Mark and her family, on hearing that David Mark passed away recently. 4 generations of the Mark family are involved in hound trailing and many people will remember their hound Summer Flight who was senior champion in the BHTA in 2003, 2004 and 2005. At the recent church service, donations were invited on behalf of Lakeland Trailhound Welfare and the sum of £650 was raised. We would like to thank everyone who contributed as that is an incredible donation for a small organisation such as ours. We are a small charity that is run entirely with volunteers so the money will all go towards the care of hounds before they go into their new homes.