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Monday, 06 July 2015

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Cumbria police receive tapestry

Cumbria police received a beautiful tapestry from one of the Force’s Dogs Unit’s most passionate supporters.

Cumbria police receive tapestry
Sergeant Mark Yielder, Chief Inspector Matt Kennerley, PC Charlie Sowerby and Charlie’s General Purpose Dog Leo.

Maggie Gwynne created the tapestry as a gift to the Dogs Unit. Maggie has worked with the Constabulary for a number of years and runs the Sniffer Dogs UK and International (SDUKI) charity.

In previous years, SDUKI have donated dogs to the Force (including Leo who is pictured) as well as providing funding for new equipment.

Sergeant Mark Yielder said: “We are extremely grateful for all the support Maggie and SDUKI offer the Dog Unit. Their continued support enables us to do our job in keeping communities safe from crime. The dogs that have been donated in the past have always been of a high calibre and have gone on to be wonderful Police dogs for the force.

“The tapestry is beautiful and it will take up a pride of place at the Dogs Unit. It must have taken some time to do and is a wonderful gift which demonstrates Maggie’s commitment and hard work throughout the country.”


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