The Kennel Club will be holding the latest in its ongoing series of Question Time sessions at the Macdonald Portal Hotel in Tarporley, Cheshire on November 4.
The event is open to all and admission is free, with the session offering the opportunity to air views and question senior Kennel Club representatives of the Kennel Club on any issue affecting dogs and dog owners.
Guests are welcome from 6.30pm ahead of the event’s start at 7pm.
There have been 17 Question Time sessions held throughout the UK over the last few years to support the Kennel Club’s ongoing commitment to encourage open communication between it and the dog activities and enthusiasts that it represents. They aim to provide the opportunity to ask any burning questions or share any new thoughts and ideas on how everyone can work together to promote dogs in a positive light. Anyone planning to attend the event is advised to request tickets as early as possible.
Panel members at the Question Time will include KC chairman Ronnie Irving, vice chairman Bill Hardaway, chief executive Rosemary Smart, club secretary Caroline Kisko, canine activities team executive Kathryn Symns and health and breeder services manager Bill Lambert.
The Question Time is a free event and tickets are available from Tracey Harris via firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0844 4633 980 ext 281.
To ensure that questions can be answered on the night, the Question Time organisers would appreciate it if they could be submitted in advance. Please submit your questions to James Skinner via email@example.com.