CSC Championship Show 2022

Hello Everybody

On behalf of the Officers & Committee of the Clumber Spaniel Club I would like to thank exhibitors for a brilliant entry, to the new members who came along to meet us, the new puppy owners who brought along their new babies to see us and also those who came just watch the show. It was so nice to see you all.

I would like to thank our judge Karin Brostram Berglund and our overseas members at the show for making the long trip.

My thanks also to Ken Bartlett who Judged the Special Awards.

Thank you also to the non committee members who helped.

I would like to say a big thank you to:

  • Gina Bowers, & Kath Kirkman for their hard work in the kitchen with James & Sara ( Committee ). They all worked very hard all day to keep us fed and the food was lovely.
  • Heathers Mum Cheryl who manned the Raffle table
  • Kirsha Southward for stewarding with Nigel.
  • Hilda for making a good job of the raffle and donating lots of gifts for class winners and Best in Show etc.
  • Barbara who sold loads of items from club stock
  • Dave and Sue , John and Ian for meeting and greeting members and visitors, and for doing such a great job of running the show.
  • Sue & Paul Whitehouse for the lovely donation of Crystal for Best in show & Best Puppy in Show they were beautiful,

The winners of every class (1 to 23) should soon receive their mug. (Donated by Dave & Sue Boden).

My Baby Group (our New Handlers) enjoyed a run round the ring, this proved to be very popular with all concerned. Love them!

Thanks to all the members and non members who bought tickets in aid of CSC Activities for the Club and thanks to everybody who sent them back or brought them to the show.

Thanks to everyone who praised us for a well run friendly show, please remember, we the committee, are here for you just ask and we will listen.

We had a Kennel Club Field Officer visit the show and we were graded EXCELLENT well done Officers and Committee.

We have a Committee meeting on 22nd October 2022, so if any of you want anything discussing please contact me by the 13th October 2022 so it can be put on the Agenda.

Please can you all fill in and return your forms which was sent to you by our Membership Secretary (John Newsham). This information is important for the club in the creation of the new membership database he is preparing.

If anyone found a blue Puffer Jacket with a red logo on its mine please would you contact me as I’m getting cold.

Kindest regards

Acting Secretary

Clumber Spaniel Championship Show 2022

(Held on 02 October 2022 at North Muskham Village Hall)

Full results will be published in due course

Judge – Karin Brostam Berglund (Dons = Sweden)

BEST IN SHOWBubalo’s Hrothgar’s Hop Skip ‘N’ Jump 

Reserve Best in Show – Bodens Suelynda Kreme Della Kreme

Best Opposite Sex – Bodens Suelynda Kreme Della Kreme 

Best Puppy – Furnell’s Vanitonia Rio Sonora to Bebcova

Best Veteran – Crawfords Northmore Cavalier by Abbyford

Dog CC – Bubalo. Hrothgar’s Hop Skip n Jump.

Reserve Dog CC – Bodens ShCh Tweedsmuir Just Cruzin among Suelynda

Best Puppy Dog – Furnells Vanitonia Rio Sonora to Bebecova

Bitch CC – Bodens Suelynda Kreme Della Kreme

Reserve Bitch CC – Bubalo Libell’s Plelades Asterope

Best Puppy Bitch – Wilsons Winhampton Pandoras Box

The BVA/KC Hip & Elbow Dysplasia Scheme

Customer Experience Survey

Dear Breed Health Co-ordinator,

We would like to invite you to participate in a survey being undertaken by the British Veterinary Association, in collaboration with The Kennel Club, to understand the experiences of customers who have used the BVA/KC Hip & Elbow Dysplasia Scheme between 2019-2022.

It is of upmost importance to both The Kennel Club and the British Veterinary Association that we listen to our customers’ experiences, your contribution to this survey will help us to understand how to better improve our services. The survey will be open for approximately four weeks.

This short online survey is completely anonymous. To participate, please follow the link here.

Please share this with your breed communities so that we can collect as much feedback as possible, as this will help us in identifying key areas to improve upon. A second email will be sent either later today or early next week directly to those who have used the scheme within the past few years.

The British Veterinary Association is the sole administrator for the BVA/KC Canine Health Schemes so if you have any queries relating to the CHS please visit their website or email

Thank you for taking the time to contribute to this research.

Kind regards,

The Health Team

Canine Health and Welfare

The Kennel Club

Clumber Spaniel Eye Testing Clinic 2022

Taking Place on Sunday 2nd October 2022
from 10.00am at North Muskham Village Hall

The Clumber Spaniel Club will be holding its annual Eye Testing clinic in conjunction with its Championship Show on Sunday 2nd October 2022. Testing will be carried out by Robert Pontefract of Clear Ridge Veterinary Surgery, Stamford and he is a member of the BVA Eye Panel. A full list of the fees is set out on the booking form (see link later).

This clinic is open to all breeds but in the event of a high number of bookings, Clumber Spaniels will be given priority.

The Club recommends that all Clumber Spaniels being bred from should hold a current eye certificate. It also recommends that all other dogs should be tested at regular intervals to monitor eye health; this is recommended to be at 2, 5 and 8 years of age.
The Club will subsidise the cost for all Clumber Spaniels tested on the day whether or not they are owned by a Club member and the fees on the booking form include the subsidy. By accepting this subsidy owners agree that the Club may publish the results on its website, and use those results to build evidence about eye health in the breed. The Club also offers free tests for Clumbers over 8 years old.
For those unable to attend this session the Clumber Spaniel Club will refund £10 for each dog tested and owned by an existing member and £5 for each dog tested and owned by a non-member. To claim this subsidy, owners must send a copy of the eye test certificate to the Breed Health Coordinator and must be willing for the Club to publish the results, and to use those results to build evidence about eye health in the breed.

Dogs must have a functioning micro-chip and the dog’s KC Registration Certificate must be presented at the time of the test for the vet to stamp to confirm the test has been carried out. Each dog will be allocated a specific time to arrive so that paperwork can be completed and drops can be administered approximately 20 minutes before the appointment for examination by the vet. The drops are designed to dilate the pupil to aid the examination of the back of the inner eye.

The venue is North Muskham Village Hall, Nelson Lane, Newark NG23 6HL

Payment must be made in advance.

Complete booking forms and fees should be sent to:
Carol Page Micklemess, 20, Swanwick Lane, Swanwick, Southampton SO31 7HF
Further information about the arrangements for the test, and for details about payments by PayPal please contact Carol Page on 01489 589734 or email
Bookings must be received by Thursday, 22nd September 2022