Outdoor fun for children, adults and pets is on the cards at a community event in Feltham at the end of May.
There will be plenty of entertainment for the little ones and music for everyone to enjoy as well as free dog microchipping and tag engraving courtesy of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home.
The Battersea team will be on hand to answer any questions pet owners may have from dog behaviour to training, ahead of new legislation due to come into force making it a legal requirement for all dogs to have a microchip.
Organisers Southville Centre's Joint Action Group - made up of Hounslow community safety, police, police cadets, fire brigade, network rail, community payback, councillors and residents - have joined forces with Battersea Dogs Home to host the event on May 28.
Officers and volunteers will be issuing advice about community safety and encouraging people to take pride in their areas by joining clean-up operations and visits from police and firefighters.
No event is complete without some grub and barbecue food will be on the menu!
The event will take place in the car park at the end of Padstow Walk, Feltham, from 10am to 2pm.
Sharon Sealey, Battersea community engagement manager, said: “A microchip means you can be reunited with your dog quickly if they ever get lost.
"Losing your dog is distressing for you and your dog who may end up in kennels.
"A microchip and a quick reunite may also save you money in reclaiming fees.”