If you’re in or around West London this Saturday 28th March and you love dogs then you’re more than invited to the first-ever Normand Park Dog Show.
So whether you are keen on King Charles Spaniels, love Labradors or simply adore Alsatians, then Normand Park in Fulham really is the place to be.
The event is being organised jointly by the council’s park’s service and the North Fulham New Deal for Communities (NDC) with the aim of promoting responsible dog ownership.
And special guest on the day will be Rob Alleyne (below), the star of BBC’s Dog Borstal.
Cllr Paul Bristow, cabinet member for residents services said: “The Normand Park Dog Show promises to be a great day. But while it is bound to be fun it does carry a very serious message – and that is to look after your dog. There will be plenty of advice on responsible dog ownership available on the day so I urge as many dog lovers and owners to attend.”
David Bowler, Programme Director, North Fulham NDC, said: “Responsible dog owners and their healthy, well-behaved pets are a welcome, daily feature of life in Normand Park. The show will be celebrating this with fun activities for everyone and practical advice and great offers for dog owners and their pets.”
12.30 Best Trick
12.50 Dog with the waggiest tail
1.10 Cutest Puppy
2.00 Dog that looks most like its owner
2.20 Best dog that isn’t a dog
2.40 Best in Show
Entry to show classes is free of charge so there really is no reason not to take part.
There will also be mobile dog grooming, a mobile vet clinic, special talks on safety around dogs for children, free microchipping and plenty of free information and advice.
The show takes place at Normand Park on Saturday March 28th from 11.30am to 3pm.
For more information please visit www.northfulhamndc.org.uk or call North Fulham NDC on 020 7471 0340.
To get directions to Normand Park click here