Celebrating Fulham, Saturday June 26
Concerts, open clinic and competing canines
Celebrating Fulham kicks off on Saturday, June 26 with the Normand Park Dog Show, which proved a big hit when it launched last year.
The show will run from 11am till 3.30pm and the judge will be Rob Alleyne, star of TV's Dog Borstal. The classes are:
Dog with the waggiest tail
There will be prizes for the winners of each category. The show have also offer micro-chipping, vet clinic, dog grooming, info and advice, first aid and refreshments for humans!
Proud owners can register their pooches on the day after 11am or in advance at Friends of Normand Park
Also on Saturday:
Open clinic at Chelsea and Fulham Chiropractic Centre. Come for a chat at the open clinic from 1pm to 4pm or have a spinal screen/short consultation for just £5.
The Chiropractice Centre is at 1 Parsons Green Lane, call 020 7731 3737, or visit www.fulhambackcare.co.uk
Open studios in Bronsart Road. Potters Hazel Leach and Russell Mack and painter Annette Platts, all members of the Society of Fulham Artists and Potters will be showing off their recent work, and in the garage/studio across opposite, Alice Hall will be showing her recent paintings including views along the Thames.
136 Bronsart Road, open from 11am till 6pm with pottery throwing demonstrations at 11.30am to 12.30pm and from 3pm to 4pm.
Art and spirituality workshop with fun and activities for all ages at Fulham Broadway Methodist Church from 10am to 4pm. Call the church office on 020 7381 3806.
Evensong at St John's, Walham Green. The service will include Tallis' Spem in Allium with eight groups of five unaccompanied voices, as well as Gerald Finzi's Magnificat and Gustav Holst's Nunc Dimittis. The organist will be Coventry Cathedral's Alistair Reid.
The service will take place at 4pm and all are welcome, irrespective of faith. Call 020 7385 7634.
Choral concert by the Platinum Consort at St Andrew's Church in Star Road, W14. The programme will be Lassus' Missa Bell' Amfitrit' Altera, Palestrina's Stabat Mater and Bates' Tenebrae Responsories.
The concert is at 7.30pm and tickets cost £12 or £10 for concessions.
June 24, 2010