SOUTHERN CKCS CLUB & WELFARE
27 May 2018
Worplesdon Memorial Hall, Worplesdon, Surrey GU3 3RF
Judging at 12 noon
Fun and age classes – baby puppies under 6 months welcome,Veteran class, Schmako races, FANCY DRESS, etc.Rescue dogs Parade, Rosettes to 5th place
Delicious BBQ and refreshments
Tombola, Homemade Cakes,
Bring and Buy,Plants
Clever Cavaliers Canine Cookies Cavalier Care–Training,Grooming
Weight checks & Dental Care
PLEASE support us- ALL Breeds Welcome
Proceeds to the Southern Club & Welfare
All members of the 2017/2018 Committee, Mrs Hilary Bartlett, Mrs Ann Blackburn, Mrs Chris Dix, Mrs Madeleine Evans, Miss Melissa Evans, Mrs Ann Gill, Mrs Lorraine Kemp, Mrs Sue Shrimpton and Mrs Janet Taylor were re-elected to the committee for 2018/2019. If yu are willing to be Nominated for the 2019/2020 Committee you are invited to be nominated. There are a minimum of six Committee meetings each year, three shows and other events at which it is expected that all Committee members will take a fully active part.
Any person nominated must be first consulted and only in his/her agreement being obtained can the application be accepted. Should you be interested in joining the Southern Club Committee, please fill in the form at the bottom of this form and read the following:
When applying to be on the Committee a Proposer and Seconder must both be full members, and the person nominated must have been a member for five years and been a full member for at least two years. Joint members may NOT propose and second the same person. Nominations must be in writing using the nomination form below. Committee members re-standing do not require a Proposer and Seconder. It was also agreed at the 2012
Most Club members are Cavalier owners who do not show dogs and the Club offers the following additional activities.
In May, there is a Fun Day / Bar-B-Q with outdoor games, stalls and refreshments. The proceeds go to the Southern Cavalier Welfare.
In September / October we run a Health & Welfare Day (formerly called the Open Day / Roadshow) which is slightly more serious and offers heart and eye testing by specialists and an opportunity to talk to other owners / breeders on any Cavalier related topic.
In November/December, there is a Christmas Party with indoor games, stalls and refreshments and again all proceeds go to the Southern Cavalier Welfare.
We publish an annual magazine called 'Cavalcade' and we shall also offer other seminars and events as required.
Southern Cavalier Welfare is run by volunteers to provide advice and to rehome or rescue Cavaliers (for whatever reason). The Fun Day and Christmas Party are particularly geared to attract rescue Cavaliers but all breeds are welcome.
If you are interested in joining our club, please go to the Membership Section. Please read our club's Rules, Code of Ethics (COE) & Code of Best Practice (COBP) should you wish to apply for membership.
You can be assured that the Southern Club committee will always take responsibility for promoting the health and well being of Cavaliers.
If you have any comments or suggestions on this web site, please e-mail the Secretary