Littleport’s Nia raises £345 for Animal Health Trust - and her 30 Breeds in 30 Days challenge only started today!

Nia Corbett is opening a photography studio in Littleport . Nia Corbett with Wilson. Picture: Steve

Nia Corbett is opening a photography studio in Littleport . Nia Corbett with Wilson. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

A Littleport photographer has raised £345 for a charity close to her heart – days before starting her 30 breeds in 30 days challenge.

Nia Corbett, of Nia and James’ Captured Moments, is offering natural and outdoor photoshoots, priced at £10 each, to boost funds for Animal Health Trust.

She has booked 25 owners and 33 dogs so far and 100 per cent of the fee will go towards the charity.

“My dog has been receiving treatment from AHT, so I thought I would help raise money for them,” she said.

Nia’s black labrador Wilson, two, was diagnosed with elbow dysplasia in July 2015 and has been undergoing hydrotherapy and physiotherapy since.


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“I feel I’m giving something back to them and helping out.

“I’ve already exceeded the target that I had set. But I’ll do as many shoots as I can – I can’t turn people away when I’m raising this money for charity.

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“We still have some spaces available if you would like a portrait of your four legged best friend at the same time as helping a wonderful cause.”

To book a photoshoot, search Nia & James’ Captured Moments on Facebook, call 07968 981764 or visit www.capmoments.photography

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