Members News and Membership Information

Club Polo shirts

 

 

 

If you would like to order a club polo shirt they are now available for ordering through the website.

For sizing and ordering please go to the clothing page

 

 

 

 

Members' Points

Dust off your trophy shelves boys and girls, it's that time of year again when we ask our members to complete their points forms for 2016.   There are lots of trophies up for grabs and these will be awarded at the AGM in March 2017.
 

Points to include

For all the trophies except the Independent League you can include the following:-

Points in Agility, Jumping or special classes such as steeplechase at an Open Kennel Club show.

Points gained at a limited Kennel Club show including special jumping and agility classes, steeplechase and helter skelter etc.

For the Independent League you can claim points gained in all classes in UKA/FAB shows and other independent shows such as Canine Capers, Humber Hounds etc. 

You could be awarded one of the following trophies:- 

Veteran (9YRS+)
Cliff Howes (most points)
Clear round
ABC
Any Size
Grades one and two
Lizard Boarding Kennels Small/medium
Independent league (UKA/FAB)
 

You can download your forms here

Points form

Points form score sheet

Cliff Howes

For those who are wondering about Cliff Howes, Cliff used to train with Bob and Cyd Griffin but sadly he passed away whilst attending a training session.  He ran a large collie called Ben.  His wife would have loved to have kept his dog but he was too strong for her and so Bob and Cyd kindly took him in and and gave him a wonderful home.  Cliff died doing what he loved and the trophy is a lasting memorial to him.

Points

Points are awarded as follows:
1st = 15pts
2nd = 14pts
3rd = 13 pts
4th = 12 pts
5th = 11 pts
6th = 10 pts
7th = 9 pts
8th = 8 pts
9th = 7 pts
10th = 6 pts
11th = 5 pts
12th = 4pts
13th = 3pts
14th = 2pts

1pt per unplaced clear round

All completed sheets to be sent before the 2017 AGM to:
Kim Lawer, 17 Rosina Way, Penwithick, St Austell, Cornwall, PL26 8TS
Email: cornwallagilityclub@gmail.com

Membership

Good news.  At an Extraordinary General Meeting in 2015 it was decided to reduce the cost of joining Cornwall Agility Club.  Membership normally runs from 1st January to 31st December but if you would like to join before 1st January 2017 we won't charge you a renewal fee for 2017.

 The fees for joining as a new member and for renewals are:

    Adult membership 5 a year

    Children under 16 2 a year

To join the club please complete a membership form 
This is a pdf document and it will open in a new window in Adobe Acrobat reader.  If you don't have the reader you can download it here

The membership form can also be downloaded in Word Format.

Details of where to email the form and how to pay for membership are given on the form.

Membership benefits

As a member you will be entitled to reduced fees when you enter any of our shows or matches.  

Throughout the winter we have special guest trainers visiting Cornwall and the training sessions fill up very quickly.  Places at the sessions are offered to our members before anyone else.  

Club members are also able to take part in regular training sessions at one of our locations and all are welcome to come to our fun days and barbecues.  Family members and friends are invited as well and we have a lot of fun and laughs at these do's.

We're also hoping to run some more training camps for our members at Bodelva.  These are tremendous fun and both dogs and humans go home pooped after a long weekend of laughs and great training with a little bit of competition thrown in as well.

If you have any questions you're welcome to speak to any members of the committee or get in touch via email.  Contact details are on the contacts page.

Finally if you would like to take up the benefits of membership all we ask in return is that you give up a little bit of your time to help us run our shows and matches and that you're prepared to be rather silly from time to time.

If you've never helped at a show we've put together a special guide for the terrified and this explains all the jobs that need to be done on show day.  No-one who is new to shows will be asked to do anything difficult and no members are asked to do anything that they aren't physically capable of doing.  Please let us know if you need to sit down, stand up, not lift anything heavy etc. and we can find the right job for you.

We don't have a guide for being silly.  Our members manage perfectly well by themselves.