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Agilitynet's e-vents diary is a practical guide to events of interest to agility people including workshops, seminars and training days, charity demonstrations, practice shows and important meetings such as those for the KC Agility Liaison Council.

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January 2019
 
 

17  January

Agility Liaison Council Meeting (London)
Each eligible society or an individual may submit items for the agenda through a council representative. Proposals must be concise and, if an amendment or an additional regulation is proposed, the regulation number must be given. All submissions must be signed by the society/individual and the representative. Proposals for inclusion on the agenda should reach the Agility Liaison Council Secretary by Friday 19th October 2018. All items for inclusion on the agenda shoul
Venue: Clarges Street, London ,W1J 8AB
Contact: All items for inclusion on the agenda should be sent to Working Dog Activities Team.
Contact No.: 020 7518 1008
Website: cwww.thekennelclub.org.uk
EMail: agility@thekennelclub.org.uk




18  January


Agility and Sports Massage Workshop (Northants)
The Canine Conditioning Academy are offering a massage course specific to dogs working in Agility and other sports. The benefits of massage have been well documented in humans, however the same benefits can be enjoyed by dogs. On these 1 day workshops you will be shown nine Swedish massage techniques that can be so beneficial to your dog; loosening stiff, sore, tight muscles, improving their comfort levels and their sense of wellbeing. You will also learn some safe joint mobilisation to increase joint flexibility. Massage improves your dogs health and performance and supports orthopedic conditions such as arthritis.
Venue: Orlingbury, Northamptonshire ,NN14 1JH
Contact: Emma Overend
Contact No.: 07977 314138
Website: https://lm.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.canineconditioningacademy.co.uk%2F%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR2
EMail: info@canineconditioningacademy.co.uk




19  January


Measuring in a Non-Show Environment (Stamford)
Non-show environment measuring session for all heights with Julia Durrant, Wendy Gilpin, Phyl Spencer and Donna Lewis.
Venue: Stamford Veterinary Centre, Main Street, Great Casterton, Stamford,PE9 4AA
Contact: Please PM Quercus Lewy Robur to book.
EMail: donnajohnson1@btopenworld.com



Measuring at Dog Vegas Onley (Warks)
Measuring, inc Intermediate at Onley Grounds Equestrian Complex. Will take place late morning - lunchtime, the measurers will be a combination of Karen Hugo, Mick Brooks and Hazel Bew-Higgins. Books will be available, please complete prior to your session, remember dogs must be 15 months old prior to their first measure, second measures must be at least a year and a day after your first and you can't have the same measurers. No need to pre book. Just add your details to the list when you arrive.
Venue: Onley Grounds Equestrian Complex, Onley Grounds Farm, Willoughby, Rugby, Waarks.,CV23 8AJ
Contact: Mick Brooks
Contact No.: 07976824554
Website: www.dogvegas.co.uk
EMail: info@dogvegas.co.uk




28  January


Canine Conditioning Foundation 2 Day Workshop (Northants)
The Canine Conditioning Academy is offering the Foundation level of the CCA Instructor course as a stand alone course for canine professionals and enthusiasts during 2018. Its an intensive 2 day practical for you and your dog. Course participants will be taught why the starting point to conditioning is foundation fitness stabilising posture and alignment. On this course you will learn how to assess your dogs posture, gait and joint mobility and you will be confident to use our visual assessment tools, both static and dynamic. At the CCA all dogs, whatever breed, age and fitness level, start with our Foundation Conditioning Programme.
Venue: Northants,NN29 7TZ
Contact: Emma Overend
Contact No.: 07977314138
EMail: info@canineconditioningacademy.co.uk



February 2019
 
 

3  February

Nancy Hudson Training Day at Scrambles (Surrey)
Over the coming months Nancy Hudson will be returning to Scrambles for a series of Handling Skills workshops. Please note this is an outdoor venue.
Venue: Apps Court Farm, Hurst Road, Walton on Thames, Surrey ,KT12 2EG
Contact: Scrambles Agility and Obedience Dog Training School
Website: http://www.scramblesdts.com
EMail: info@scramblesdts.com




7  February


Impulsivity and Self Control with Sian Ryan (Essex)
This one-day seminar will: consider impulsivity in dogs, why it impacts behaviour and how we can measure it. It will also look at how frustration may manifest itself in dog behaviour and how impulsivity and frustration relate to self control.
Venue: Foakes Hall, Great Dunmow, Essex ,CM6 1DG
Contact: Sally and Pauline
Contact No.: 01763 256917
Website: https://www.dog-and-bone.co.uk/seminars
EMail: info@dog-and-bone.co.uk




8  February


Global Judging Program Course Design Day (Worcs)
A 6 hour day dedicated to course designing. This is a day open to all. You do not need to have attended GJP to join this day. Focusing on: Defining, recognising and creating dogs lines, looking at why the topic of lines is so topical currently amongst competitors, addressing simple course design mistakes that result in awkward or dangerous sequences, looking at how to create multi-option sequences and combinations to make your courses more exciting and challenging, appropriate lines for appropriate levels, practical sessions and evaluation. Open to everyone. 60 for the day.
Venue: Wickhamford Village Hall, Manor Road, Wickhamford, Evesham, Worcestershire ,WR11 7SA
Contact: To book please PM Lee Gibson or Greg Derrett
Contact No.: 07708 074175
Website: www.globaljudgingprogram.com
EMail: leegibsontraining@hotmail.com




9  February


GJP Seminar 2 and Assessment Weekend (Worcs)
Day 1 - Judges Path module, course templates analysis, in-depth Refusals Clarification (looking at multiple organisations) and course measuring methods and how to measure correctly. Day 2 - GJP Assessment - Full day. All participants must have attended GJP 1 to attend GJP 2 and assessment weekend. 150 for the 2 days. Anyone wishing to join the course design day Friday as well as the assessment weekend will receive a 10 discount and can book all three for 20.
Venue: Wickhamford Village Hall, Manor Road, Wickhamford, Evesham, Worcestershire,WR11 7SA
Contact: To book please Greg Derrett or Lee Gibson
Contact No.: 07708 074175
Website: www.globaljudgingprogram.com
EMail: leegibsontraining@hotmail.com




10  February


Measuring at Louandi Show (Kent)
Measurers will be Colin Van-Chappell & Carol Holdsworth. Dogs must be Kennel Club registered and at least 15 months old at the date of measure. Books available on the day for 1.50 and the measure costs 4 per dog.
Venue: The Arrow Riding School, Darenth Park Avenue, Dartford, Kent ,DA2 6LZ
Contact: To book a time or any questions, please email.
EMail: chappellcol@yahoo.co.uk




16  February


Measuring Kelluki Show (Surrey)
Measuring will be taking place at the show and will include all heights. Dogs must be Kennel Club registered and at least 15 months old at the time of the measure. Measurers will be Colin Van-Chappell & Carol Holdsworth
Venue: Merrist Wood College, Holly Lane, Worplesdon, Surrey ,GU3 3PE
Contact: To book a measuring time, please email Colin
EMail: chappellcol@yahoo.co.uk




20  February


Clear Q 2 Day Jump Skills Camp (Hereford)
A camp to help young dogs establish a good and efficient jump style and to help existing competing dogs improve their skills, take off points and potential pole knocking. This includes lecture, working sessions and Q&A. Minimum age 15 months. Camping is a available at all venues and is included in the price of 200 per camp.
Venue: Kings Equestrian Centre, Winslow, Bromyard, Herefordshire,HR74SR
Contact: For more information,visit the web site or PM Joanne Tristram
Contact No.: ..
Website: http://clearq.co.uk/supplementary-camps/
EMail: ..




24  February


The Agility Club Annual General Meeting (Northants)
Nominations for Committee will be received by the Club Secretary. Club members may be nominated and all nominations will close close 42 days prior to the AGM. Should the number of nominees exceed the number of vacancies for the Committee, the election shall be decided by ballot by those members present at the AGM. No individual may be elected on to the Committee unless they have been a paid up member for the 12 months preceding the AGM. Items for the Agenda should be forwarded to the club secretary up to 42 days before the date of the AGM.
Venue: Roade Village Hall, Bailey Brook Lane, Roade, Northampton ,NN7 2LS
Contact: Email Club Secretary Jan Smith or contact her by post at 29 Rylstone Close, Cox Green, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 3HT
EMail: jansmith.agc@aol.com



March 2019
 
 

3  March

Nancy Hudson Training Day at Scrambles (Surrey)
Over the coming months Nancy Hudson will be returning to Scrambles for a series of Handling Skills workshops. Please note this is an outdoor venue.
Venue: Apps Court Farm, Hurst Road, Walton on Thames, Surrey ,KT12 2EG
Contact: Scrambles Agility and Obedience Dog Training School
Website: http://www.scramblesdts.com
EMail: info@scramblesdts.com




23  March


Agility Instructors Course (N Soms)
A two day course to help people become agility instructors. Day one AM starting up agility training. PM teaching agility equipment. Day two. Teaching handling skills.
Venue: Orchard Farm, Kenn Road, Clevedon. A couple of miles from M5 J20,BS216TT
Contact: Email preferred or phone evenings
Contact No.: 01934 83352
Website: www.diamond-dog-training.co.uk
EMail: mike_of_diamonds@yahoo.co.uk



April 2019
 
 

17  April

Truffle Hunting with Andrea Misto (Leics)
This seminar is open to everyone, no matter how much experience you have with dogs and scent work. During the day, Andrea will show people how to teach their dog to become a truffle hunting dog. It is intended to equip you with the skills and knowledge you will need to complete the training which you can practise after the event.
Venue: Wilbarston Village Hall, Carlton Road, Wilbarston, Market Harborough, Leics,LE16 8QD
Contact: Sally or Pauline
Contact No.: 01763 256917
Website: https://www.dog-and-bone.co.uk/seminars
EMail: info@dog-and-bone.co.uk




26  April


WAG Spring Camp 2019 (Scotland)
We have three superb trainers coming to WAG Spring Camp 2019 - Joanne Orrell, Jen Lewis and Nicola Garrett. All of them have represented their countries in world trials and won.
Venue: Drumroamin Farm Camping & Caravan Site, 1 South Balfern, Kirkinner, Kirkinner, Dumfries & Galloway ,DG8 9DB
Contact: For more information, see WAG Spring Camp 2019 FB Page
Contact No.: .
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/414877972324142/
EMail: annihendry@gmail.com



May 2019
 
 

27  May

5th Lechlade Annual Vintage Rally & Country Dog Show (Oxon)
SNDogs from Swindon will be holding a fun dog show so cCome along and bring your dog. Activities and booking in from 11.00am Fun Dog Show starts at 2.00pm. Eight categories, rosettes for winning dogs and a complimentary keyring for all entrants. Cars, Motor Cycles, Commercial Vehicles, Collections, Miniature Steam, Tractors, Model Tent, Craft, Fun Fair, Bouncy Castle, Face Painting, `Time out animals` and much more. Car Boot, Trade Stands, Food and Refreshments. Raffle. Parking Free. 4.00 Adults. 2.00 Concessions. Under 16`s Free (With paying adult.) Web: Site Lechlade Collectors Club or on Facebook
Venue: Langley Farm, Langley Lane, Clanfield, Bampton, West Oxfordshire,OX18 2RZ
Contact: Margaret Gruber, P.O. Box 387, Carterton, Oxon. OX18 9DL
Contact No.: 01993 843221
Website: Lechlade Collectors Club or FB
EMail: info@lechladecollectorsclub.co.uk



5th Lechlade Annual Vintage Rally & Dog Show
SNDogs (Save Needy Dogs) from Swindon will be holding a fun dog show on the May Bank Holiday Monday so come along and bring your dog. Booking in from 12.00am Fun Dog Show starts at 2.00pm. Eight categories, rosettes for winning dogs and a complimentary keyring for all entrants. Also cars, motor cyles, commercial vehicles, collections, miniature steam, tractors, model tent and craft. Also fun fair, bouncy castle, face painting and much more. Car Boot, Trade Stands, Food and Refreshments. Raffle. Parking Free. 4.00 Adults. 2.00 Concessions. Under 16s Free. Visitor camping is available for the whole weekend.
Venue: Langley Farm, Langley Lane, Clanfield, Bampton, West Oxfordshire,OX18 2RZ
Contact: Contact by email or phone or write to the Lechlade Collectors Club at P.O. Box 387 Sorting Office, Carterton, Oxon OX18 9DL
Contact No.: 01993 843221
Website: Lechlade Collectors Club
EMail: info@lechladecollectorsclub.co.uk



July 2019
 
 

3  July

Clear Q 2 Day Skills Camp (Glos)
Day 1: Short sequences focusing on specific handling manoeuvres, pushing their understanding and execution. Day 2: Run 3 courses to test skills, then breaking each down to reward equipment skills and handling execution. Dog and Handler requirements: A good understanding of the handling system and good level of execution. Dog must be able to confidently do all pieces of equipment. Camping is a available at all venues and is included in the price of 200 per camp. Camping is a available at all venues and is included in the price of 200 per camp.
Venue: Lechlade K9, Willow Tree Farm, Downington, Fairford Road, Lechlade, Glos ,GL73DL
Contact: For more info visit web site or PM Joanne Tristram
Contact No.: ..
Website: http://clearq.co.uk/supplementary-camps/
EMail: ..