FAO MIDLANDS AREA OBEDIENCE COMPETITORS

A first for our region, myself, Nigel and Bev would like to meet with as any many of the competitors as possible the aim is to discuss the minutes of the last Obedience Liaison Council Meeting, but most importantly to hear the areas views which might even include potential proposals or discussion items for the next OLC meeting .

We appreciate that the Midlands region is a large area, so in order to achieve our goal, We have decided to go on tour!

So if you would like us to come to your dog club please get in touch to arrange a meeting.

Richard Burbidge-Grant

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OBEDIENCE LIAISON COUNCIL MEETING 10th JANUARY 2019

The next meeting of the Kennel Club Obedience Liaison Council will be held at the Kennel Club in London on Thursday 10th January 2019. Proposals for inclusion on the agenda should reach the Obedience Liaison Council Secretary by Friday 12th October 2018.

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.

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CHANGES TO OBEDIENCE REGULATIONS

The Kennel Club has recently approved changes to the regulations for obedience, agility, working trials, heelwork to music, rally and flyball.

With effect from 1st January 2019, the following regulations have been amended to encourage clubs to give careful consideration to circumstances before withdrawing a judging contract, and to ensure that they had a clear rationale for doing so.

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OBEDIENCE LIAISON COUNCIL MEETING 19th JULY 2018

The next meeting of the Kennel Club Obedience Liaison Council will be held at the Kennel Club in London on Thursday 19th July 2018. Proposals for inclusion on the agenda should reach the Obedience Liaison Council Secretary by Friday 20th April.

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.

All items for inclusion on the agenda should be sent to Working Dog Activities Team, The Kennel Club, Clarges Street, London W1J 8AB or by email to obedience@thekennelclub.org.uk.

A full list of Obedience Liaison Council representatives can be found at www.thekennelclub.org.uk/activities/obedience/obedience-liaison-council.