Our sponsored Torquay United Women FC player, Laura Shaw, has set up a dog-walking service to help local owners and give herself more time outdoors while there’s no soccer or training because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Laura is running the new business alongside her work as a carer in the mental health sector.
“I have set it up partly because I just want to be outdoors,” said Laura, who has two dogs of her own. “Also, I enjoy spending time with different types of breeds, and their faces when they are happy is heart melting!”
Half-hour or full hour walks are available in the Newton Abbot and Kingsteignton area, with discounts for multiple bookings and 30% off the first walk.
There’s full information on the Fairy Dogmother Facebook page, where you can also contact Laura for more details or to make a booking.
Torquay United’s season in the South West Women’s Regional Football League Premier Division was cut short by the pandemic.
As we reported recently, our co-sponsored rugby league player, Kelsey Gentles of Castleford Tigers, is also a key worker during the crisis – working in food retail at a Co-op store in Leeds.
Last summer, Weltch Media became the official hydration partner of Devon Sharks rugby league team.
For 2020, in motor sport, we have also renewed our partnership with James Holman in the Irish Legends Car Championship.