Sunday dog walk & social – Mortlake to Richmond park and back, 19th of June

Meet the founder of Truli and other local people on Sunday the 19th of June for a dog walk & social. We will meet at Bistro Corner in Mortlake, go to Richmond Park on a leisurely stroll, and then return to Bistro Corner for a lunch & social

Truli’s purpose, in addition to providing eco-friendly meals, is to bring the local community together and have fun. This is one of the first events that we are organising. Very exciting!

Sunday the 19th of June

Come have an active & social Sunday morning with us.

Meeting at 10 am in Bistro Corner

31 Sheen lane, next to Mortlake station.

Dog walk in Richmond park

Bring your well-behaved pooch if you have one.

...and then a social & lunch at Bistro Corner

Mehdi, the owner and head-chef of Bistro Corner is Truli’s head chef too! Event attendees get 20% off their bill.

Check out Bistro Corner’s menu here.

About the author
Kaisa Lepajõe

Kaisa Lepajõe

Kaisa is the co-founder and CEO of Truli. She is a foodie and has tried her best over the years to live a zero-waste life. It's not always easy, and she is on a journey the same as you. She loves walking dogs, hiking in the woods, and knitting. Kaisa has a lot of side-hustles going at any one time. Currently, she is focusing most of her efforts on Truli, but she is also writing a book and learning to be a better chef.
Kaisa Lepajõe

Kaisa Lepajõe

Kaisa is the co-founder and CEO of Truli. She is a foodie and has tried her best over the years to live a zero-waste life. It's not always easy, and she is on a journey the same as you. She loves walking dogs, hiking in the woods, and knitting. Kaisa has a lot of side-hustles going at any one time. Currently, she is focusing most of her efforts on Truli, but she is also writing a book and learning to be a better chef.

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