Miss Phyllis McCombie Funeral Arrangements

 

It is with deep sadness that I have to inform everyone that our Patron Miss Phyllis McCombie passed away peacefully on 18th March 2017.  She will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her.

For anyone who would like to attend Phyllis’s funeral, this will take place on 07th April 2017 at 4pm in St John the Baptist church (Fladbury Church), Church Street, Fladbury, Pershore, Worcs,WR10 2QB.

Flowers may be sent to the Funeral Directors: E. Hill & Sons, Fairfield House, Defford Road, Pershore, Worcs, WR10 1HZ. 

 

Donations if desired for The Bull Terrier Club Welfare Trust (UK) and St Richards Hospice Foundation, Worcester may be sent c/o E Hill and Son Funeral Directors, Pershore, WR10 1HZ.

Thank You Everyone!

 

The Officers and Committee of The Bull Terrier Club would like to thank everyone who attended and supported The BTC Trophy Show weekend.

We hope you enjoyed the Seminar presented by Norma Smith (Magor) on ‘The Bull Terrier in Motion’, also seeing some of the paintings from Mr R.A. Oppenheimer’s collection.

The Banquet was sold out; again we thank you for supporting this event.

We are meeting with the Royal Court Hotel for a ‘feedback’ discussion. If anyone has any constructive comments they would like us to pass on to them, please write them in the comments and we will ensure they are passed onto the Hotel.

We hope that everyone had a thoroughly enjoyable weekend, seeing old friends and making new ones. We look forward to seeing you all next year.

Trophy Show Selectors 2017

 

Owing to prior commitments two of the Selectors have found that they are unable to fulfil their obligations as Selectors and have stepped down. 

The BTC Committee are pleased to announce that Mr Tony McCann and Ms Dawn Godsall are now joining the Selectors.

HOT OFF THE LOOM…….

 

Hot off the Loom………there will be a wide range of fleece bedding

available at the Trophy show. High quality bedding at discount

prices from the worlds leading manufacturer, available in a range of

colours, rubber backed or plain green backed, various quality grades

available.

Also available from the stall, show leads, show clips and the most

sought after top quality chalk.

Shop early to avoid disappointment!

Raymond Oppenheimer Paintings

 

 

Thank you to everyone who has indicated they want to attend the Friday afternoon seminar presented by Norma Smith, the amount of interest in the seminar has been tremendous.

 

To add to this experience, The Bull Terrier Club will now have on display at the seminar on the Friday afternoon a small selection of the private paintings of the late Raymond Oppenheimer, which were originally commissioned by him celebrating his Champion animals. The dogs featured in the paintings are behind most of the pedigrees of today’s dogs.  These paintings were originally displayed at his home, Waltham Place and have been out of circulation for almost thirty years.

 

This will be a great opportunity for those that did not get the chance to see these paintings at the Ormandy Centre to view them up close. They are unique pieces of art, which were part of undoubtedly one of the best collection of Bull Terrier memorabilia in the world and at the same time give an insight into one of the most prolific and exceptional individuals ever to have been involved in the world of Bull Terriers.