Free Tours at Guide Dogs for the Blind Breeding Centre

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The Guide Dogs National Breeding Centre offers free tours for individuals or groups of 2-50. Ideal for families, social groups or companies planning a team building outing. Located close to Leamington Spa, within easy access from the M40.

Tours take place on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons and Friday mornings. In addition there are a limited number of Saturday tours during the summer.

As well as learning about the work carried out at the National Breeding Centre – who supply all of the guide dog pups throughout the UK – and seeing pups, you can experience our sensory tunnel, and purchase gifts in the shop.

Simply call 0845 3727432 or email [email protected]

As we receive no government funding, our tours are a way of raising money towards the high cost of breeding and training guide dogs for people in our community who are blind or partially sighted. Tours are free, but we welcome donations.

See our website for further details:

We look forward to welcoming you soon.

The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association National Breeding Centre

Banbury Road Bishop’s Tachbrook Warwick CV33 9WF

Tel: 0845 3727432

(Registered Charity No. 209617)

Source: The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association

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