By James Irvine - 10th February 2014 6:05am
A new course of puppy training will begin on 23rd February in Adderley Village Hall every Sunday from 11.00 until 12.00 for four consecutive weeks.
Run by a Centre Of Applied Pet Ethology Behaviourist and Trainer the course is specifically designed for dogs between 10 and 20 weeks old. Only gentle, reward based, scientifically proven methods are used.
To ensure optimum supervision and success, a maximum of six puppies to a course is accepted. The fee for the full four-week course is £50 per puppy.
For more details and to secure a place, ring 01270 811885 or 078 371 497 82 or visit:
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
Ed: We received this from local resident Geoff Farr. AudlemOnline invited John Lewis Customer Services to respond on 27/07/20 but have not received a responseYou have been warned26th July 2020Some of you may know that I have been very recently widowed.It therefore follows that my only evening companion is my television.My children and grandchildren have urged me to modernise and...
Delivery of homes in Cheshire East reaches new highMore than 3,000 new homes were built in Cheshire East in the last financial year -- which is likely to put the borough among the highest performing areas in the country for house-building investment again.From April 2019 to the end of March this year, 3,065 additional new homes were built in Cheshire East. This is 1,265 above the annual...
It's crunch time as the application to reinstate the paths to Adderley goes to the Planning Inspectorate.Two historic paths to Adderley from Bagley Lane were closed at the Shropshire border in the 1950's by the machinations of the owner of most of Adderley parish, Lord Corbet. "There are no public paths in Adderley." he was heard to say at the time. Finally, the official...
Wednesday 5th Aug
Methodist Meeting Rooms