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The Year In Review is a pdf file which can be downloaded and then printed out, saved on your own computer, saved as an iBook on a tablet etc. The information it contains is available in Newsletters and/or Handbooks so nothing is missed if you do not wish to download it. Initially it is all show critiques and results but will be expanded in future years.

Click on the link below to open the Year In Review document in a new web page. You can then save to your computer and print later, or print direct from the web page.

Coming Events 2018

Coming Events 2018

As with most other breed and general championship shows the Norfolk Terrier Club of GB may consider extending the closing date for On-Line entries to its shows beyond the date shown on the Schedule.
Please check the Fosse Data website - www.fossedata.co.uk
If the date has been extended the Show will reappear on the list for entry - once the entry has closed, it will no longer appear on the list.

Tributes to Elisabeth Matell

We said our last goodbyes to Elisabeth Matell 
at the Service of Celebration for her life 
on Thursday 22nd November at Cheltenham Cemetery & Crematorium.  

The Revd Mike Rogers, the vicar from Berrow, took the service. 

Lynn Ward held her Norfolk, Poppy, in her arms when she read 
the words from Isaiah chapter 11: verses 1 to 9, and spoke about Elisabeth. 
There were at least three other Norfolks present in the chapel. 

Further moving tributes followed from Kenneth Eliasson and Andrew Brace.

Committee and Contacts

THE NORFOLK TERRIER CLUB OF GREAT BRITAIN 2017

President:
Mrs Beverley Watkins

Vice-Presidents:
Mrs O. Denyer, Mrs D. Dorkins, Mrs C. Howard,
Mrs R. Mitchell, Mrs E. Needham, Mrs C. Stones,
Miss M. G. White, Mrs S. A. Willbie.

Hon Secretary:
Miss G. Simpson
3 Grassington Drive
Wigston, Leics. LE18 3YJ Tel: 0116 2882881
Email: gail4megalex@hotmail.com

Hon. Treasurer:
Mr Terry Cooper

Health Statement

The Norfolk Terrier Club of Great Britain

The Health of the Norfolk Terrier: an Interim Statement

  • The Norfolk Terrier is one of the smallest terriers, with a hardy constitution. A “demon” for its size, it is not quarrelsome and has a lovable disposition.
     
  • The Norfolk Terrier is not known for exaggerated physical features of any kind.
     
  • The Norfolk Terrier has no known breed-specific health problems and, therefore, no breed-specific health tests or schemes administered by the Kennel Club.