Fetch & Follow in May

Over the next month we’re taking part in some fantastic events both in and out of London.
Faversham Markets Doggy Day – 30th April
We will be venturing out of London and visiting the picturesque town of Faversham to take part in their annual Doggy Day which is in association with Happy Endings Rescue. The event will be a celebration of all things dog including a market, a dog show and of course a Fetch & Follow stand – a must visit for all of our friends in Kent. Faversham is on the main railway line from London to Canterbury, Dover and Ramsgate, with most services running every half hour. With trains direct to London Victoria and a High Speed service to Kings Cross St Pancras, getting to Faversham is easy.
The Great Hampstead Bark Off - 14th May
The Great Hampstead Bark Off returns to Parliament Hill to help raise money for All Dogs Matter. Not only is their famous dog show there to crown Mr/Miss Heath but the Bark off Bake sale. Here at Fetch & Follow HQ we will be making a show stopper of a dog cake for the event . Keep your eyes peeled to Instagram to see the creation and how to recreate the recipe at home.


Urban Village Fete Greenwich – 21st May
Curated by Hemingway Design, Urban Village Fete is an alternative, contemporary twist on the traditional summer fete. The day out will feature a range of curated designer marketplaces, street food vendors, art & design workshops, unique pop-ups including a Fetch & Follow pop up stall. For music lovers, Gilles Peterson, the iconic British DJ and owner of Brownswood Recordings will be at the helm all day. There will be walkabout entertainment throughout and a line-up of interactive workshops for all ages including the chance to become a DJ for the day with The Charity Shop DJ. The peninsula’s location allows fast and easy travel by land and river to the heart of London. The Jubilee Line, accessed via North Greenwich underground station, cuts right across the city and is the only underground line to connect with every other. Waterloo station is 11 minutes away by tube; Green Park, 15 minutes.