THE NORTH OF ENGLAND WEIMARANER SOCIETY (N.E.W.S.)
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**** IMPORTANT ****
INFORMATION ABOUT SHOW SCHEDULES
For each of the Society's shows, just 300
Schedules are sent out to members and on average only 80 of
those are used to enter the shows. The Committee hopes you
agree therefore that it seems common sense to review this
practice in an effort to reduce the costs of printing and
Don't be concerned you'll miss out though
- the Schedules are posted on our website and full details
of club shows are included in each of our newsletters, so
anyone interested in attending a show purely as a spectator
doesn't actually need a schedule, they can easily find information
about location, date and time of the show.
In future, the following arrangements will
* Anyone who has entered any of the Club's shows in the last
two years will still receive a schedule.
* Apart from previous entries, a schedule will only be sent
out if specifically requested from the Show Secretary.
To further assist with reducing costs, schedules
will be emailed to exhibitors wherever possible - if you are
happy to receive a schedule by email, please make sure the
Show Secretary, Claire
Rodgers has your email address as soon as possible.
Thank you for your support.
North of England Weimaraner Society Breed Appriciation Day
Venue: Pool Village Hall, Pool in Wharfedale, Leeds,
Date: Sunday 24th March 2019
Time: 09:30 Registration 10:00 start
Speaker: Patsy Hollings
Cost: BAD only - £15, BAD & MCE - £20
BAD, MCE & Mentoring session - £25
Contact: Claire Rodgers by email
to book a place.
Full details of the day can be view here
The Mentoring Session is now fully booked but there are
still places available for the Breed Talk in the morning and
the Multiple Choice Exam (MCE).
North of England Weimaraner Society Championship Show
Saturday 13th April 2019 at Elsecar Heritage
Centre, Elsecar, Barnsley S74 8HJ
Judge: Miss Julie Turner (Rockleyan)
Special Award Judge: Miss Taya Allison (Kuantan)
For further information please contact the Secretary preferably
or ring 0791 9401958. Online entries will be available. If
you require a schedule & entry form to help save on postage
costs it would be appreciated if you can download a schedule
North of England Weimaraner Society AGM 2019
Notice of the 2019 Annual General Meeting can be viewed
North of England Weimaraner Society Open Show 2019
The NEWS Open show will be held in conjunction
with Leeds Championship Show in July 2019. The judge is Mis
Nicola Spencer (Bannonbrig).
ANGEL is a Champion German Shorthaired Pointer, owned by
Dawn Maw, a member of the North of England Weimaraner Society.
ANGEL disappeared whilst on a walk at 7.45am on 6 December
2012, near Barnsley. She has now been missing for over 4 weeks
and there is a nationwide search on-going for her. It is believed
to be probably the biggest dog-hunt ever mounted in the UK
and Ireland. There a reward of £3000 offered for her safe
return. We believe she could now be anywhere in the UK or
Ireland or even in Europe.
Many of you may already be aware of ANGEL and are already
helping in the search for her, however, whilst we have spread
the word across the UK we still feel there is more that we
can do. PLEASE keep an eye out for this lovely girl, we really
need to get ANGEL home to her owner. I am also aware that
many of you are members of other clubs/societies and will
probably be getting a similar email in duplicate, however,
we would rather someone receives this information several
times than not at all.
I know ANGEL is a GSP but please, consider how you would
feel in the same situation, she is a successful show dog and
working dog, but above all that she is a much loved family
pet whose family is devastated by her disappearance, I would
hope that if I was in the same situation the dog community
would be doing the same to help me recover my dog.
I have attached a poster and the press release for ANGEL.
I really hope you are able to assist in spreading the word
and getting ANGEL home soon.
Dog theft is on the increase; it could happen to any of
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