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BCC OPEN SHOW 2022
Our 2022 AGM was held in a break during the show with several changes in the Officers and Committee. Our longest-serving member Mrs Mo Prentice has retired, and we thank her sincerely for her sixteen years of service. Our Chairman Mr Adrian Bickers stepped down and retired, replaced by Mrs Emma Huntley, and Mr James Culverhouse was elected Vice-Chair with Mrs Pauline Lodwick the new Hon Secretary. Bernard Coxhead continues as Hon Treasurer. We welcomed onto the committee a new member, Shih-chi Facey, and a returning member, Hazel Senior, however this still leaves us with one vacancy. In other business, the audited accounts for 2021-22 were approved and a rule change was agreed.
Mrs Emma Huntley then judged Best In Show, which went to Lesley Taylor's smoothcoat Arkoschi Diamond In The Ruff. Another smoothcoat, Anadeia Tokala with Jaschin,, owned by Steve Rooney and John & Amanda Green, took RBIS as well as Best Puppy in Show. Finally Best Veteran went to Lynn & Lesley Hills' longcoat Ch Lynpix The Mexican with Becanna. Congratulations to all the winners!
Longcoat Dog CC and BOB was awarded by judge Mrs Lee Humphreys to Will Heap & Jill Palmer's Ch/JapCh Peregrine Jp Chance Is Coming, while the bitch CC went to Apostolos Raptakis' MultiCh Mystic Legion Melina Reserve CCs to MultiCh Torre Del Pilar Mulhacen and Trefnanney Peggy Sue. In smoothcoats, judge Steve Rooney gave Mr & Mrs Mann's Ch Parisland Pans Little Man the dog CC and BOB, with Jolidon and Borges' SwissCh Definitely Maybe Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo (NAF) getting the bitch CC and the reserve tickets going to Diamonchi Button Moon for Moltobello and Davixity Galore.
Our 2022 Yearbook went on sale at Crufts and if you missed it, you can either pick up a copy at our Open Show in May or order it by post through this website (click here to visit our online shop.)
2021 CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW
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