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Welcome to the Northern Newfoundland Club...

Formed in 1984, the Northern Newfoundland Club is the second oldest of the three KC recognised representative Breed Clubs in the United Kingdom. We promote all aspects of responsible and enjoyable Newfoundland ownership and organise numerous events and activities through the year ... more
2018 Open Show

The Northern Newfoundland Club held an excellent Open show on August 4th. There was a brilliant atmosphere, good sportsmanship, a great sense of fun and enjoyment among exhibitors, committee and dogs.

The show was laid out on Friday by the NNC Show team Rose Evans, Stella Baxter, Margaret Cox, Jacqui Woodhall and Jill Barker with help from our President Mr John Evans. We laid out the show indoors rather than use the outside rings since another hot day was forecast on Saturday and so we opted to keep the dogs inside where it was cooler.

Thanks so much to our judge Mr Paul Dodd who had a large real quality entry to go over. He was wearing his judge’s hat rather than carrying his camera but of course all the dogs knew him and were delighted to see him. Lots of licks, kisses and general fun were the order of the day. Both the dogs and Paul seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves. We were delighted to award Paul with a fabulous engraved crystal trophy.

A huge thank you to our photographer Bethan Hughes who had a hectic day covering both shows. You can see her photos on the NNC Facebook page, on the Club website and in Bodrhonyn, her internet photo gallery.

John Evans our Club President and John Lloyd our Chairman took charge as ring stewards and ensured the classes ran smoothly. Our table stewards, Rose Evans and Stella Baxter were busy all day keeping the results on track while the rest of the show team Jacqui Woodhall and Jill Barker were ensuring the show ran smoothly.

We had two great raffles – the Main Raffle tickets were sold by Jo Beston and we took a brilliant total of £157. Our second raffle of a fantastic hamper was donated by Stella Baxter and raised £295, a brilliant result. Stella’s doggy cake was presented to the BIS winner and doggy donuts (for dogs, not people!) were also snapped up. Thanks to everyone who donated a wonderful range of prizes.

Thanks to Karen and Steve Hietschold who were in charge of a wonderful range of gleaming trophies while our new Welfare coordinator Michelle Jenkins presided over a great range of merchandise on the Welfare stand which raised over £270 . We have an extensive range of NNC Welfare sweatshirts, hoodies, bibs, blankets, fridge magnets, key rings, and other NNC merchandise for sale which are very popular. Sandra Brookes also sold a range of home crafted newfie gifts, including a beautiful varnished wood table with newfie design which was auctioned for £55 for Welfare. Natalie Arkell and her daughter Isabella also raised £29 for Welfare by selling liver cake and drew the winning hamper ticket so thank you Isabella for all your efforts.

NNC judging started 30 minutes before the Newfoundland Club show, judged by Willie Dobbin Jnr, which ran parallel with ours. We began with Dogs while the NC judged Bitches first. The classes ran very smoothly with exhibitors showing in both shows with minimal waiting times. Everyone worked in harmony and everything went like clockwork.

Major Results were as follows: Grand Best in Show was the climax of the day when the Best in Show from both shows competed for overall winner. Because this is a special award the beaten dog rule applies which means it does not matter if one of these Best in Show dogs was beaten by another dog in the other show. The same male won Best Dog in Both shows and ultimately was awarded top honours by the GBIS judge Ron Chadwick.

Grand Best in Show, Best in NNC Show, Best Dog in NNC Show, Best Dog in NC Show, Best NNC Black Dog : Woodhall’s Ch Wyrleybears Peter Pan for Bearhugs JW.
Grand Res.B.I.S., Best in NC Show, Cameron’s Ch Nandobears Im what Im Camnoire JW ShCM.
Grand Best Puppy in Show : Farrar’s Disoranto Juliana Blue at Darkpeak.

NNC Show main winners:
NNC Best in Show, Best Dog in NNC Show, Best Dog in NC Show, Best NNC Black Dog: Woodhall’s Ch Wyrleybears Peter Pan for Bearhugs JW.
NNC Res BIS, Reserve Best Dog and Best Veteran in Show: Baxter and Morris Ch Albanywater Sea Dancer at Davistell ShCM.
NNC Best Opposite Sex, Best Bitch in Show, Best Black Bitch in Show: Angelides’ Ch Hilaiwana Cancrimo.
NNC Res. Best Bitch: Pallett’s Sandbears Hawiian Hot Stuff to Sheenmarie.
NNC Best Puppy in Show, Best Puppy dog: Blake's’s Sandbears on the Money.
NNC Best Puppy Bitch : Farrar’s Disoranto Juliana Blue at Darkpeak.
NNC Best Brown in Show, Best Brown dog: Schofield’s Zentaur Land of Confusion at Fieldbears.
NNC Best Brown Bitch : Ball's Newgradens Llori Nanya JW Sh CM.
NNC Best Landseer in show, Best Landseer Dog: Leech’s Dirty Dancing de L’iliade et L’Odyssee.
NNC Best Landseer Bitch: no entries.
NNC Best Veteran Bitch: Sarson and Watts’ Ch Swanpool Tiamo Pasticcino JW.
NNC Best Brace: Sayle’s brace.

We hope you all enjoyed your day and are currently sharing our photos.
Thank you all again for your great support.
Jill Barker, Show Manager.

Commemorative Cloth 2018

Cloth Image

The NNC would like to make a commemorative cloth to celebrate all the affixes of today and yesteryear. This cloth will be displayed at NNC events (Showing & Working) throughout the year. Please support this great idea.

For additional information please contact Stella Baxter (stella@athenacare.co.uk)

New Welfare Coordinator

The NNC are pleased to announce that Mrs Michelle Jenkins has accepted the post of NNC Welfare coordinator. Michelle has worked closely supporting Ros for the last year and therefore the handover should hopefully be smooth for all the people who support Welfare as fosterers, transporters or carers.
The NNC Welfare phone number remains exactly the same so you can reach Michelle on 07766 797257.
The email for welfare also remains the sam;: the address being - welfare@northernnewfoundlandclub.org.uk as this has been transferred to Michelle.
Michelle now has all dogs' records and documentation, therefore owners of current NNC welfare dogs needing advice or having any concerns, or new people seeking a rescue dog will now be helped by Michelle.
Please share this information to spread the word In our Newfie community.

New Training Group
Newfie

The NNC has a brand new training group - 'Rudyard Lake Working Newfoundlands'. As the name suggests this group is based at the beautiful Rudyard Lake in Staffordshire. Training starts at 10am and the training dates for the rest of this season are:
Sunday 29 July 2018
Sunday 19 August 2018
Saturday 01 September 2018
Saturday 29 September 2018
You may be a new to water, or someone who has worked dogs in water before - either way we would love to hear from you. If you think you might be interested, and would like to find out more, then please email Ruth Dickinson at ruthinthedoghouse@sky.com.
Training fees and car parking charges apply.

New Data Protection Requirements

As you will all be aware on the 25th May 2018 the new requirments of GDPR came into effect and as such it is necessary for each member of the Northern Newfoundland Club to provide permission for their data to be used for membership purposes. The link below will take you to the form that will be provided in the next edition of the Newfletter.

Welfare Still Needs Your Help!

As you know the Northern Newfoundland Club Welfare believes that we all have a responsibility to rescue dogs in need; to educate the public about the desirability of adopting Newfoundlands as companions and family pets in the home.

None of this would be possible without the generous donations of money that we receive, and therefore we are appealling to you all to help by making a donation to NNC Welfare.

To find out more about the work and some of the costs involved, click the link below.

Our members and visitors to this our Club website are vitally important to our fund raising efforts therefore we have decided to raise the profile of Welfare by including below a new Welfare Paypal donation facility. We would be most grateful for any donation, however small.

Club Open Show

04 August 2018 - Kennel Club Building

Sutton Leisure Centre

The NNC Open Show run in conjunction with the NC was judged by Mr Paul Dodd; We had an excellent entry of dogs, their was a very friendly atmosphere and the show was a great success.

Some results and photos are online, remaining results, critques and photos will follow as soon as possible.

50/50 Prize Draw (members only)

Next monthly draw - End of July

50/50 Prize Draw

Our monthly prize draw for participating members aims to raise extra fundsfor the club.

Congratulations to our June winner, Loraine Ratter who won £ 17.00.

"You have to be in it to win it!"

Fundraising

Do you want to help raise funds for the Northern Newfoundland Club?

If you do then why not register with "Easy Fundraising". Then every time you shop online you will be raising money for the club. The NNC has now been enrolled. Please visit the site and register by clicking the link below:

Every penny raised is most appreciated.
Billy Toy & Book

SPECIAL PURCHASE AVAILABLE

Billy & Book

Available now from the NNC is a plush 'Billy' toy and the Benny & Billy book for a special price.

The Billy toy is available for £12. The book is priced at £13. Buy them both together for £22. Postage and packing is £2.50. Payment to be made to Viv Pound, NNC Treasurer.

"ZARINSKA" Golden Oldies Certificates


Golden Oldies

Do you own a Newfie that has reached the ripe old age of 10 years or more?
If so then why not apply for a 'Golden Oldies Certificate'. These certificates are kindly provided by Barbara Nadolski of Zarinska Newfoundlands. Proof of the dog's Date of Birth will be required.

Please contact Barbara directly by phone or email.
Tel: 01978 824029
Email: Zarinska.newfies@hotmail.com

Benny & Billy Book

NOW AVAILABLE TO ORDER

50/50 Prize Draw

A new book for Newfie lovers is now available - This is the first book of adventures of Benny & Billy that can be ordered online here. This book will make an excellent gift for Christmas or just to add to your Newfoundland book collection.

The book is available directly from Jill Barker as follows:

  • In hand £13.00 (at an event)
  • By post £15.00 (incl p&p)
  • Via Paypal £17.50 (incl surcharge) - link below

Breeder & Puppy Website

Website Homepage
The Northern Newfoundland Club has recently launched a new website for breeders and puppy buyers.

The primary purpose of this web site is to put potential Newfoundland puppy buyers in touch with reputable and recognised breeders by steering them away from general online puppy sites (e.g. Epupz, etc).

Recycle for charity logo

Recycle and raise funds for NNC Welfare


The Northern Newfoundland Club Welfare have teamed up with a recycling firm who deal with mobile phones, ink, lazer and toner cartridges. For items recieved they will donate money to NNC welfare.

Click on the logo to be taken straight to our page on the Recycle for Charity web site where you can enter your details to recieve a freepost envelope in which to send your recyclable items - you can put up to 5 mixed items in each envolope. If you are unsure if your items can be recycled you can check when you are on the recycling page.

There will be large collection boxes and freepost envolopes available from Welfare volunteers at certain events but you don't have to wait, get recycling now and help to raise much needed funds for the NNC's welfare work.