Canine Behaviour: the key to a well-behaved hound
Wednesday 21 March, Duchess of Cambridge,320 Goldhawk Rd, W6 0XF, 6.30pm for 7pm
Author Nigel Reed – ‘The Dog Guardian’ – reveals his easy to follow method for a happy and well-behaved dog in a 30 minute talk.
A bestselling author on Amazon, he has successfully practised his method on thousands of dogs over the past 15 years. The information he shares will give an insight into how to communicate with your dog in a language they understand. In turn you will be empowered to address any behavioural problems and become a kind and non-confrontational leader that your dog respects and feels safe with.
The talk takes place upstairs at the Duchess of Cambridge in Goldhawk Road.
To ensure the evening runs smoothly it is advisable to leave your dog at home!
HCGA Fundraising Quiz Night
Wednesday 28 March, Thatched House, 115 Dalling Rd, W6 0ET, 6.30pm for 7pm
Book early for the upcoming charity quiz night organised by Hammersmith Community Gardens Association (HCGA), supported by Askew Business Network and sponsored by the Thatched House. It promises to be another great evening! What’s more, all proceeds go to HCGA, which manages several community gardens in Hammersmith and Fulham. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your teams of four to six. Spaces are limited so book in advance. £15 per head including food. Please arrive for 6.30pm, ready for a 7pm start.
The Upper Room Winter Lectures
Wednesday 7 March, St Saviour’s Church, Cobbold Road, 8pm to 9pm
Back, by popular demand, the fourth round of Winter Lectures at The Upper Room, sponsored by Finlay Brewer. The next one is on 7 March: Graham Tomlin, Bishop of Kensington on Living Together after Grenfell Tower.
Refreshments will be available from 7.40pm. Donations welcome.
All the eminent speakers are local people supporting our local charity, and giving their time for free. Please come, enjoy their expertise and support The Upper Room.
Space is limited, so guarantee a seat by calling Arlene on 0208 740 5688 or email: email@example.com
Hammersmith & Fulham Means Business
Hammersmith Town Hall, Thursday 22 March, 9am-5pm
Are you a local small business?
The council wants Hammersmith and Fulham to be the best place to do business in Europe. Please join us for this year’s business-boosting event and exhibition.
PRE-REGISTER FOR YOUR FREE TICKET at hammersmithandfulhammeansbusiness.co.uk
Exhibit at this event
Please call 0333 358 3399 or visit our website for more information.
ABN Featured Business: Chimni
We regularly feature an article about a local business. You can read the latest one on our website, here under Featured Business. This month it is tech company, Chimni who are helping people create unique, illustrated timelines of their homes as part of the local ‘house history’ projects. If you would like to be our featured business of the month, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a charge of £25 to cover administrative costs.
West London Walks
Join Caroline MacMillan for her March walks. To book your place, please email her on email@example.com.
- Sunday 4 March, 3pm: SHEPHERD'S BUSH. Who would have thought there was so much history around Shepherd's Bush? Come and discover it.
- Saturday 10 March, 10am: FULHAM. Explore 'lion country' and where there was a former prison now hidden in a residential street.
- A full list and details are on her website www.westlondonwalks.co.uk
Dates for your diary
Our networking meetings take place once a month, on different days of the week so as to reach as many people as possible. Dates of our next few meetings are below.
We now have a calendar of our own and other local events on www.askewbusiness.co.uk/events.
- Wednesday 21 March: The key to a well-behaved hound, Duchess of Cambridge, 320 Goldhawk Rd, W6 0XF, 6.30pm for 7pm;
- Tuesday 27 March, 12.30-2pm: Grab a Bite Networking Lunch, The Orchard Tavern, 136 Askew Road, W12 9BP;
- Wednesday 28 March: HCGA Fundraising Quiz Night, Thatched House, 115 Dalling Road, W6 0ET.
Askew Ward SNT newsletter
Attached is the February newsletter form Askew Ward Police including very important advice and updates.
ABN Featured Business
We regularly feature an article about a local business. You can read the latest one on our website, under Featured Business.
If you would like to be our featured business of the month, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a charge of £25 to cover administrative costs.
Local Askew Mag
Pick up your copy of the Autumn edition of the Askew 'Meet your Neighbours' magazine, sponsored by Finlay Brewer, from local shops or meet your neighbours in the online version at Askew Mag.
Tell us about your event
On the ABN website, we have a page dedicated to local events and news about what businesses around the Askew Road are up to.
If you have any news about your business that you would like included, please tweet us at @AskewVillage or email us at email@example.com.
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