Professional photographer, Yo Whitmarsh attended the Rosehill Jamboree so that attendees could take the opportunity to have a portrait of your Ridgeback taken.
You can see some of the pictures here http://www.violetandred.com/#!rosehill/cgzw  enter the password: 2014

Those of you attending with a Ridgeback rehomed from the Trust had a FREE picture taken for use in the Trusts Calendar. The picture on the right is an example of Yo's work, good isn't it
The Rhodesian Ridgeback Welfare Trusts Rosehill Jamboree was held Sunday 31 August, at the Trusts kennels.
A beautiful summers day, with just a hint of autumn, the highest ever number of attendees enjoyed a gentle afternoon in the company of many Ridgebacks and their owners. Our thanks to all the unsung supporters that made the day enjoyable for all  
  

While attending the Rhodesian Ridgeback Club of Great Britain’s Open Show on 8 June to promote the Rhodesian Ridgeback Welfare Trusts range of fund raising merchandise

RRWT Trustees Rich & Ellen Watts, had a personal 'icing on the cake' moment when they were awarded the Leo Trophy by the RRCofGB.

This award is given for outstanding contribution to Rhodesian Ridgebacks & will have pride of place in our home for the following year.

"As you can see by the picture Maggie took, we were both surprised and delighted"

Welcome to the Rhodesian Ridgeback Welfare Trust
The Registered Charity Dedicated to the Welfare of the Rhodesian Ridgeback


The Rhodesian Ridgeback Welfare Trust

A Registered Charity - Number 1042184  -  established in 1994

© RRWT.ORG 2010 - 2014

The Rhodesian Ridgeback Welfare Trust was formed in 1994 to relieve the suffering and distress of Rhodesian Ridgebacks who are in need, and to provide re-homing if necessary.  
The Welfare Trust is entirely dependent on the generosity of you, our supporters and donors, to fund our activities, if you can, please make a donation to help us  

To fulfil our mission to find new homes for pure-bred Ridgebacks that are unable to remain with their current owners, the Trust provide kennels or sanctuaries for the reception and care of rescued Rhodesian Ridgebacks, together with veterinary care if required.  
Over the years the Welfare Trust has developed procedures which, with careful home-checking and dog assessment, aim to place each individual dog in an appropriate caring home for the rest of its life.

The Trust is supported in its work by volunteers throughout the country who assess dogs, check homes, help with transport, emergency kennelling or fostering