A Charity Dog Show will be taking place in Dronfield to raise money for the Landmarks Specialist College.

It is open to the whole community and dog lovers are invited to enter their furry friends into various categories for the show, whether they have a pure pedigree or a ruff mutt.

Natalie Wood, the Learner Recruitment manager for the school, said: “It’s for as much for the community as it is for the Landmarks.

“We do want it to be fun because our learners run stalls for the guests.

“They can come and be involved in stores but if they want to but if the more reserved they can just bring their families and their dogs,” she added.

The event will take place on 17 May, entry is free and it costs just two pounds to enter a dog in for an award.

Last year’s winner of the award for best puppy was Mabel the Corgi.

A variety of games will be taking place for both dogs and humans and there will be stands selling puppy treats, puppy posters and other dog related memorabilia.

The show will also feature a barbecue, an assault course, a tombola and a dog agility show.

The funds raised aim to make it “pawsible” for Landmarks to get a sensory garden installed, to enhance the experience of the students whilst they learn.

The school is an Independent Specialist College for people with learning difficulties and disabilities.

It is based in Eckington, but it operates across five sites throughout the East Midlands and South Yorkshire.

The college has a partnership with Greene King, which provides work experience for the learners, giving them the crucial skills they need to get employment and live fulfilling lives.

They tailor their curriculum to individual students according to their needs.

To find out more about Landmarks college and the vital, “pawsitive”, work they do, click here.