11:23AM, Monday 04 July 2016
The Queensmere Observatory Shopping Centre in Slough has donated £2,000 to Woofability.
The charity, which trains puppies to carry out about 70 essential tasks for adults and children with disabilities, will use the money to train a nine-week-old golden retriever.
The centre ran a competition to name the puppy and it announced the winning name was Lottie after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s daughter, Princess Charlotte, on Tuesday, June 21.
Chris Shaw, who is the manager of the High Street shopping centre, said: “We often invite Woofability to the centre.
“So we thought it would be nice to sponsor one of their dogs so they can carry on doing the good work they do.”
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