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10th February 2019 - retirement of Lorne Kentish, Working Test Secretary

 


At the AGM on 10 February 2019, the Area Chairman, Doug Leake, presented Lorne Kentish with a hand made shepherds crook to thank her for her many years of dedicated service as Working Test Secretary

 

Lorne Kentish Retire Feb 2019

 

 

4th February 2018 - URC Bucks Area Progress Trophy

 

At the monthly training session held at Sunninghill Park, Windsor on 4th February 2018 the Area Chairman, Doug Leake, presented the Area's Progress Trophy to Kate Green who, in the opinion of the Bucks Area committee, has made the most progress in training during the past 12 months

 

 Progress Trophy Feb 2018 V1

 

 

 

Facebook page

 

URC Bucks Area now has a Facebook page:United Retriever Club Bucks Area Facebook

 

 

12th February 2017 - URC Bucks Area Progress Trophy and the Sir John Johnson Memorial Trophy

 

At the Annual General Meeting held at Flackwell Heath Community Centre  on 12th February 2017 the Committee Chairman, Doug Leake, presented the Area's Progress Trophy to Amanda Cotterell who, in the opinion of the Bucks Area committee, has made the most progress in training during the past 12 months

 

Area Progress Trophy Feb 2017

 

The chairman also presented the Sir John Johnson Memorial Trophy to Heather Walton was the highest placed URC Bucks Area member in the 2016 Area Finals hosted by hosted by Hampshire & South West Area.  

 

Sir John Johnson Trophy Feb 2017

 

 

 

Working Test Entries Using the FTMS

 

Entries for our working tests can in future be made using the Field Trial Management System (FTMS). The cost to members who only want to do working tests and not field trials is a modest £5.50 and once on the system members have access to all of the tests run by the clubs they belong to thereby saving on postage costs. Once on the FTMS the whole process of entering a test and paying the entry fee is much simpler but it is emphasised that using the FTMS is not compulsory and that our Working Test Secretary will still be accepting paper entries as in the past.