Our Football club has answered a call from Mount Noddy RSPCA centre.
Barnham Trojans have recently collect their old or burst footballs which can no long be used for training. A number of the balls were found when tidying out a storage shed at Walberton, and from various managers that had burst balls.
These were then collect together and taken to Mount Noddy last week, one of the Under Nine team members helped with the handing over of the balls to the RSPCA centre which cares for the animals who are waiting to be rehomed. The balls will be used to help rehabilitate the dogs. The two dogs in the picture are Benji and Madison, they have lived together for approximately 10 years and are a lovely couple. The centres assistants said that they are a pair of loving dogs who get on with all ages. They would fit in perfectly with a family of school age children.This was certainly the case of the player and manger that delivered the balls, who both came away feeling sad leaving them behind.
The football club are holding their annual six a side competition on the weekend of 24th & 25th June 2017, and would like any visiting teams to bring along any unwanted footballs which it will take up to Mount Noddy  after the tournament.
If you are interested in giving a home to Benji and Madison then please follow the link on the club website (Club News) or below, there are various other pets that need a good, friendly home so please do visit the RSPCA Mount Noddy website.