The American Cocker Spaniel Club

of Great Britain

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Present Officers and Committee are:

 

 

Patron: Mrs Margaret Bett

 

President:

 

Acting Chairman: Annette Rathbone

 

Vice-Chairman:  Mr Neil Partridge

 

Treasurer:  Mrs Glenys Harrison

 

Hon.Secretary:  Mrs Karen Caunce-Partridge

 

Tel:01782 312930  ------ Not after 9pm please.

email: yankeetanks.acs@btinternet.com

 

All correspondence should now be addressed to her at:

14, Brownfield Road, Meir, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. ST3 6BQ

 

Committee:

Miss D Birch, Mrs C. Fryer, Mrs L. Reed,

Mr C. Birch, and Mr D. Harrison.   co-opted 2016, Mrs E. Smallbone

Breed standard members application form CLUB CODE OF ETHICS

Membership form for you to download, also copies of the Judges forms, breed standard and the code of ethics.

This is also mainly the KC code of ethics.

GB Club Judges Questionaire

Remember; it is YOUR responsibility to make sure you keep you CV up dated. If you think you are on the wrong list - or not on at all - fill out the questionaire and send it in!   It is also YOUR job to up date any change of address as we cannot keep up with everyone.

ACSCGB Club Judges List 2016

PLEASE NOTE:  The three clubs do not keep the same judges list - you need to apply to each club separately.

The Committee is very sad to report the passing of Eileen Speich our Club President, on the 24th May 2016 peacefully at her home in Scotland, with her family and her beloved dog Sunny by her side, Eileen Beryl Speich nee Seager.  Beloved wife of the late John and a loved mother of Gerald, Karen, Kevin & Andrew.

 

Eileen will never be forgotten by the club.  She gave over 35 years as Secretary, Chairman, Treasurer and finally our President, sometimes holding more than one role at once.  

 

We have introduced the Glarus memorial stakes class in her honour.  Eileen wanted this class as a lasting tribute to the Glarus line, with proceeds each year to go to a different medical detection dog charity.  This year 2016, the proceeds of the class will be going to the Alexandra unit at the Dumfries Royal Infirmary who looked after her in the final months of her life.  

 

Eileen wanted this year's Championship Show to be a happy affair with flags flying, to this end we will put the flags out for her and the Committee will all be wearing pink roses in her memory, pink being her favourite colour.

 

 

 

 

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Eileen Beryl Speich

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