Doggy Cafe coming to St Albans for first time

PUBLISHED: 12:00 12 May 2018

The Doggy Cafe is coming to St Albans.

The Doggy Cafe is coming to St Albans.


An event where people can bring their dogs to a café is coming to St Albans for the first time.

Doggy Cafe is being held at the Inn in the Park in Verulamium Park on Saturday, June 9 to coincide with the Queen’s official birthday.

A spokesperson said: “St Albans is a brilliant city, with lots of dog lovers. It is a great place to have a dog. We are passionate about bringing local dogs and their owners together to have a great time and promoting community spirit.

“Dogs bring happiness to dog owners, we want to expand upon this and inject more happiness into the lives of dogs and their owners by creating a platform of connectivity that is in tune with modern times, giving dogs and their owners an opportunity to socialise in a variety of different settings, from dining events through to royal tea parties!”

Tickets are £16 and can be booked via

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