EVERYONE and their dog will be welcome to Jinney Ring Craft Centre in Hanbury this Sunday (July 14) for an “Animals R Magic” charity fun day and dog show held in aid of local animal charities.

In a day packed with things to see and do, "Animals R Magic" has a fun dog show with classes to find “best junior handler”, “best rescue” and “waggiest tail”.

Organised by MacArthur Barstow Gibbs Vets, entries for all classes will be taken on the day.

Special guests at this year’s event are Jack and Sarge, two magnificent shire horses who will meet and greet visitors and demonstrate the use of a rare vintage plough at 12noon and 2pm with owner, Kevin Morris.

There will also be donkey rides, face-painting and demonstrations of agility and have-a-go scurry.

People attending can talk to experts on the charity stands at the event and find out how voluntary organisations are helping all sorts of animals in and around Worcestershire.

There will be raffles, tombolas, competitions, refreshments and stalls of local businesses to stock up on animal-themed crafts and goodies.

Profits from admission and the dog show will support the work of the Warwickshire & West Mercia Retired Police Dog Welfare Fund and Birmingham Dogs Home.

Visitors can talk to police dog handlers about their experiences of working with the dogs to apprehend criminals and search for missing people, drugs, cash, firearms and explosives and the work of the Welfare Fund in helping these canine heroes when they retire.

"Animals R Magic" takes place from 11am until 5pm. Admission is £4 for adults and £2 for children. Friendly dogs on leads are welcome.