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Breed Appreciation Day 2020 cancelled due to Covid-19

The BAD scheduled for Saturday 22nd March 2020 was cancelled following the latest government advice on the Covid-19 pandemic. All candidates have been notified and, where possible, their booking has been carried over to the BAD scheduled for next year. Details of the Breed Appreciation Day to be held in March 2021 can be found …

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Club Events & Covid-19

Your safety is our highest priority so following Government and Kennel Club advice on the Covid-19 pandemic, the decision has been made to cancel the Smooth Collie Club of Great Britain’s Open Show and Smooth Collie of The Year contest which were to have taken place in June. The Annual General Meeting will be rearranged …

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Calendar for 2020

With the end of the year approaching rapidly, we have the 2020 calendars ready!! This year we have introduced an A5 desktop calendar, as well as the usual A4 hanging calendar. They are now available through eBay, just simply search “smooth collie calendar”. We hope to add our other items onto eBay soon, moving away …

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Notice of Annual General Meeting 2019

22nd June 2019, Bagington Village Hall, CV8 3AB The Smooth Collie Club of Great Britain’s AGM will follow the Smooth Collie of the Year Competition. Any items for the agenda must be sent to: Marianne Benton, Hon Secretary, 4 Crepping Hall Cottages, Crepping Hall Road, Wakes Colne, Colchester CO6 2AL Email: items must be …

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Statement from the Club in relation to the Club’s request to amend the breed standard.

This message has been received from the Kennel Club: ‘At its recent meeting the Breed Standards Committee further discussed the proposed changes to the standard and the following has been approved: Temperament  Friendly disposition with no trace of nervousness or aggressiveness’. (Was formally – Gay and friendly, never nervous nor aggressive). Forequarters Sloping shoulders, well …

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