Welcome new area Volunteer Nottinghamshire…..

A big welcome for new Area o-ordinator for Nottinghamshire Tracey…Proposed by LisaP Area co-ordinator Central…

“I am delighted to introduce Tracey Dalton as an area volunteer for the Nottinghamshire area, also providing support in other areas of the Central Region. Tracey has been working hard to help lost & stolen dogs in our area for some time and I’m thrilled that she has agreed to take on this role within the Doglost team!

You will see Tracey on our main website doglost.co.uk posting as Tracey and she now has a green badge! A green badge member of our site indicates someone committed to helping lost & stolen dogs, who follows Doglost.co.uk procedures and protocol as well as having access to Doglost resources & contacts as required and also working to ensure the database, our main site is kept up to date!”

Doglost is run by volunteers & they are essential to be able to provide effective, timely and proven advice and support to owners. Volunteers are given support and guidance and there are many different ways that people can help if they wish!

Lisa P
Doglost.co.uk Volunteer
Regional Co-ordinator, Central Region
(Derbyshire, Herefordshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands, Worcestershire)
Police Liaison Support Team
Find me on Twitter: twitter.com/lisaphipps15


  1. Jayne
    Jayne 3 years ago

    Thank you Tracey! Lovely to see the Central team expanding and working together to reunite dogs!

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    Tracey 3 years ago

    Thanks Jayne

  3. Blogmod
    Blogmod 3 years ago

    Welcome to the DogLost team Tracey, great to see the Central Team growing Lisa – so much more we can do together x

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    LisaP 3 years ago

    Tracey is a great addition to the team & I’m really pleased to have her on board x

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    Sharon, Social Media Team 3 years ago

    Welcome aboard, Tracey. <3

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