News from the Club
The AGM of the NTC of GB
took place on 23rd April 2006 at Brackley Leisure Centre, Northants. After the President's Introduction the Chairman of the Committee gave her report and the results of voting were announced.
Juliet Knight was welcomed as our new Treasurer and Elisabeth Matell as Newsletter Editor. The positions of the other Officers remain the same.
Andre Hess, Gail Simpson and Cherry Stones join the Committee following the retirement of Carole Goldsmith MBE, Beverley Watkins and Sue Meads.
The Cup Stewards continue in office, Cherry Stones for the Open Shows and Jane Lloyd the Championship Show.
The judge for the Championship Show in 2008 is Cathy Thompson Morgan and Dorothy Taylor was re-elected as Committee Chairman.
Our President Cherry Howard presented the major awards for the 2005 show season to the winners.
Following the AGM, Kirsty Peake gave a most informative and enjoyable Joan Read Memorial Lecture.
Elisabeth Matell receiving the trophy for winning Best of Breed
at Crufts 2005 with Ch Am Ch Cracknor Cause Celebre,
on behalf of the joint owners, Pam Beale, Stephanie Ingram and Elisabeth.
Andrew Gullick with one of the cups won by Ch Jaeva Gold Auric,
the Top Dog of the year, representing the Jaeva kennel.
Lesley Harpham receiving the Bartonwin Trophy for
Diggery Rock The Boat who is jointly owned with Pete Hulance.
The names of the other trophy winners are listed below, please scroll down.
Cherry Stones, Cup Steward and new Committee member.
Dorothy Taylor, Chairman of the Committee.
Dorothy Dorkins brought merchandise from the Shop
Newly appointed Treasurer Juliet Knight with Secretary John Mackison.
Kirsty Peake gave the Joan Read Memorial Lecture
and afterwards her Lakeland Terrier demonstrated some of his skills
- here he is skateboarding.
Club members who wish to sell their puppies through the Club must complete a new form which can be found in Puppies - buying & selling (in 'Contents'), and return it by post to John Mackison. He will then be able to inform prospective buyers of the puppies.
Mr John Mackison,