10.30 am Swannington Village Hall, Swannington, Leics, LE67 8QL
February 23, 2019
Your Club Committee cordially invites you to a review and presentation of some of our archive photographs and material which we have titled “ 25 Years of PSD’s in the UK”. This is an opportunity to come along and hear about some of the major French Kennels that are the foundations of the breed here in the UK as well as to see some of our archive photographs of past and present dogs.
We are keen to encourage as many members as possible to come along to our AGM on the 23rd February 2019 but we do appreciate that for many it is a long journey to make for what is typically about an hour’s AGM meeting. We hope that the addition of our archive presentation and the opportunity to meet your committee, who will be providing a complimentary hot soup and sandwich lunch, will encourage you to come along on the 23rd.
PSD Breed Classes and Discover Dogs
March 08, 2019
Our breed competition classes are scheduled for Friday 8th March which is the second day of competition at this year's show. We have an entry this year of 25 dogs under senior all rounder judge Steve Hall. The Club Committee and various member volunteers will be manning the breed stand in the Discover Dogs area on all four days with some fantastic dogs promoting the Club and the breed to the many thousands of visitors expected at this year's show. Why not get along on the 8th for a great day out and the chance to see and meet some great representatives of our breed from both the UK and the continent.
Breed Appreciation Day with MCE
Bearley Village Hall, Bearley, Warks CV37 0SB
March 31, 2019
Breed Talk (BAD) with Live Exhibits
Interactive Group Discussion/Picture Case Studies
Meet the Dogs - Opportunity for Facilitated Informal “Hands On”
Multiple Choice Exam (MCE) Option
Meets the requirements for JCF level 2 Judging Qualification
BAD + MCE (£25) BAD only (£20) - Members £20 and £15 respectively
All prices include hot lunch
Speakers - Eion Flint (Sandytrai) and Vicki Wilford (Cavronscourt)
Places will be limited and prioritised for judges progressing their JCF qualifications.