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The UK’s first Corgi Cafe is coming to London

A dog-friendly way to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Written by
Ellie Muir
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If you’re a dog lover then the Queen’s imminent Platinum Jubilee brings with it some exciting news. Three marvellous words: Corgi Café Party. This pop-up event, opening May 29, honours the Queen’s favourite breed and offers puppuccinos, playtime and ‘pupcakes’.

Organisers say that all Corgis are welcome; old, young, big, small or cross. For the more nervous or older dogs, there will be a designated ‘chill zone’ to escape the excitement of playtime. 

Free professional photos of the guests of honour will be available to download after the event, so make sure to book a pre-Jubilee groom beforehand.

According to Pop + Park, the dog experts behind the event, ‘Breed-specific events are known to be the perfect way to socialise your dog whether they’re an excitable puppy or older pet’. 

Refreshments will be available from The Doggy Bakery for the pooches and there will be a delicious menu of brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and spring cocktails for the humans. Trendy dog accessories will be provided by The Crafty Dog Co, so get ready for a glow up.

No corgi? No problem. Admirers are welcome too, you don’t have to be an owner to get in on the action. 

The Corgi Café will open on May 29, The Refinery at Bankside, SE1 0TF. Tickets are available here.  

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