Webmaster Required – and Thank You!

This is just a note to let you know that for personal reasons I have relinquished control of the website (and the Clumber Spaniel Club Facebook Page) and passed all relevant information to the officers of the Clumber Spaniel Committee on 14th May for a new webmaster to take control.

It is obvious that no one has taken over yet as the results of the election for Chair has not been announced, neither have the results for Championship Shows been updated.

On a personal note, I am very pleased with the way this website has developed and grateful to Pamela Sheppard for all her help and support in its design and upkeep.

I hope the new incumbent can keep the website up to date with timely club information and show results as it can become a valuable resource for the future.

Best Regards

Peter Sheppard

Voting Paper for Chair of CSC Have Been Sent Out

The mailing for voting on the Nominations for Chairman have all been posted 2nd Class this weekend (Saturday 6 May 2018).
 
Overseas members will be getting their forms through e-mail (sent Saturday 6th May).
Note the responses are to go to an Independent Teller, NOT the secretary.
 
If you have not received your form to vote (or received an e-mail to vote) by Thursday 10th May, please contact the secretary

Rescue Coordinator – Contact Details Have Changed

Please note that due to the unfortunate incapacitation of our Rescue Cordinator, with immediate effect any issues regarding Clumber Spaniel Rescue should be addressed to:

Eunice King,

e-mail: secretary@clumberspanielclub.org.uk or

telephone 01246 476059

mobile 07719 701227

From today’s meeting between KC, CSC & WCSS

From Eunice King

CSC Secretary

Breed Health & Conservation Plan (BHCP )

Representatives from the Clumber Spaniel Club and the Working Clumber Spaniel Society met Sunday 15th April at a meeting convened by the Kennel Club to discuss the Breed Health & Conservation Plan that the KC is preparing for Clumber Spaniels. It was a very productive & positive meeting and six priorities were agreed genetic diversity: eyes and head conformation; EIC;

Hips & weight. The BHCP will include action points for breed clubs and the KC

In the light of this meeting, the Breed Health Plan currently in circulation will need to be reviewed, when the views of the members will be taken into account.

Further information will be available once the final document has been received from the KC