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Kennel Club Question Time heads to Cheshire

7th February 2019 - 4:06 PM


The views of dog owners in northwest England and North Wales are being sought as the Kennel Club’s Question Time event visits Cheshire on Thursday 25 April.

The Kennel Club’s Question Time evenings aim to give dog owners the opportunity to air their views, ask questions and find out about the latest issues that may affect them and their dogs. Hosted by the Kennel Club, organisers of the world’s greatest dog show, Crufts, Question Time events have been held throughout the UK for over a decade.

It is particularly hoped that attendees will take the opportunity to hear the views of the newly-appointed Kennel Club Chairman, Steve Croxford. Having acted as Vice Chairman of the Kennel Club for a number of years, Steve is well aware of the issues affecting the show scene and brings a fresh perspective to it, coming from the world of agility where he has acted as competitor, judge and trainer. He is looking forward to meeting as many dog owners on the evening as possible, from a range of canine disciplines.

The event will be held at 7pm on Thursday 25 April at the Village Hotel, Cheadle, Cheshire SK8 1HW. The venue is located near the M60 and M56 and is only four miles from Manchester Airport.

The session will offer the opportunity for anyone to air their views and question senior representatives from the organisation. The event is free for all, as is parking, and guests are invited to arrive from 6.30pm for tea and coffee. Please note the evening will finish at 9pm prompt.

The Kennel Club hopes to engage with dog owners and encourage them to ask any questions, share thoughts and ideas and encourage dialogue with the Kennel Club about how everyone can work together to promote dogs in a positive light.

The event is free of charge but places must be booked in advance by April 16. Contact Sue Sampson to reserve a place by emailing susan.sampson@thekennelclub.org.uk or by phone on 01296 318540.


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