PUPILS at a village primary school will be performing in a talent show to help raise funds for the Dog’s Trust.
Class five at Braunston Church of England Primary School have organised an enterprise day tomorrow (Friday) to raise money for the charity.
Last year’s class five raised £304, and this year’s youngsters are aiming to beat that total.
They said in a letter to the Daventry Express: “The class decided that the Dog’s Trust is a good charity because it looks after homeless, hungry dogs.
“We have worked so hard for this opportunity and we will be performing Braunston’ Got Talent where there will hopefully be lots of tremendous acts.
“We would be very grateful if people could donate any dog food, dog toys or dog equipment, even if they cannot make the show.
“We need lots of people to attend because we want to raise as much money as possible.
“People will also be able to buy snacks after the show.”
The performance will take place tomorrow (Friday) at 5pm at the school on Barby Lane.
Acts will range from street dance to beat boxing
The talent show is open to the public and tickets costs 50p or £1 for premium seats.
There will also be refreshments after the show.
The Dogs Trust was founded in 1891 and is the largest dog welfare charity in the UK.
Call 0207 837 0006 for more details.