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FANCY FOWL

21 April 1995

FANCY FOWL

"CONSERVING yesterdays breeds for tomorrow" is the slogan of the Poultry Club of Great Britain.

The club was founded in 1877 to promote the keeping and breeding of pure-bred poultry and there are more than 130 breeds in existence.

Membership is open to individuals (£11), families (£15), poultry clubs and agricultural societies, who receive regular newsletters, a year book packed with information and directories, and the benefits of the show award scheme, the judges panel and the knowledge and experience of fellow members.

Further information from Mike Clark, the Poultry Club, 30 Grosvenor Road, Frampton, Boston, Lincs PE20 1DB. (01205-724081).

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FANCY FOWL

21 April 1995

FANCY FOWL

THE British Waterfowl Association is a registered charity dedicated to educating the public about waterfowl and the need for conservation, and to raising the standards of keeping and breeding ducks, geese and swans.

Support from county representatives, open day visits to outstanding collections, leaflets for beginners, and copies of Waterfowl Yearbook and Buyers Guide are among the benefits BWA members receive. The annual subscription is £15.

Further information from: Mrs Roz Taylor, British Waterfowl Association, Gill Cottage, New Gill, Bishopdale, Leyburn, N Yorks DL8 3TQ (01969-663324).

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