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Crufts (Family Day Tickets)

Sunday 10th March 2002, at NEC

Warwick Club has reserved 3 tickets for Crufts (Family Day Tickets) at NEC.

Tickets are 21.00 for Warwick Club members, their spouse/partner, and dependent children under 18. Tickets may also be purchased at cost for guests (subject to availability of places) for 30.00 . Full price for these tickets would normally be 30.00 .

Please contact the organiser, Andy Smith, for tickets. Please remember to give your personnel/retiree number, and state how many tickets you would like, and who each ticket which you request at member price is for, their age and relationship to you.

The Best of the Very Best dogs from all over Europe will be competing for the prestigious world famous award of ‘Crufts Best In Show’ this year at the NEC in Birmingham. We hope to see many loyal visitors returning to the show after the postponed event of 2001. Crufts 2002 will take place in it’s normal calendar date in March with Working and Pastoral on 7th, Terrier and Hound on the 8th, Toy and Utility on the 9th and Gundog on the 10th. In addition to the 21,000 pedigree dogs who will be shown in 34 rings at the NEC, many more will be competing in other important canine disciplines including Agility, Flyball, Gamekeeper Classes and Obedience. The Good Citizen Dog Scheme will be demonstrating basic dog training techniques to the public and Kennel Club Junior Organisation members and their dogs will be competing in their own ‘Junior Crufts’. The Kennel Club’s mission is to promote in every way the general improvement of dogs and this will be demonstrated through the many Kennel Club services available at the show. For example; The Companion Dog Club will be enrolling dog owners who are not currently eligible to register on The Kennel Club’s prestigious breed register The Kennel Club Healthcare Plan will be promoting the benefits of insurance for pets and their owners Canine inherited diseases will be explained on the Canine Health stand Most of the pedigree dog breeds will be showcased in the Discover Dogs area to help owners choose the right dog for their own lifestyle. Canine family histories will be investigated with the provision of 3 and 5 generation pedigrees on The Kennel Club Communications and Customer Services stand. Dog Trainers will be enrolling on The Kennel Club Accredited Dog Training Scheme, bringing an ‘industry standard’ to this important function. These are just a few of the areas that you can visit and become involved with at the show, many with show discounts and special offers.

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