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Thursday 19 June 2014
Our office will be closed Friday 20th June as we will be without power, normal business will resume on Monday. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Thursday 15 May 2014Please note there is a judge change at the Exeter & South West Counties RF show on Sunday 22nd June. Mr B Trute will judge English and Mr G Baker the rest of the show.
Wednesday 14 May 2014
The Anogra Book by Lesley Horden has just been launched and is available for £15 inc P&P to a UK address.
Friday 2 May 2014We have been asked by Ruth Brasier to let you know that the funeral of her mother, Dorothy Massey, will be held on Wednesday 7th May, 2pm at St Marys Church, Newton Solney, Burton on Trent, DE15 0SR. Family flowers only, donations in memory of Dorothy for Queens Hospital NHS Trust, charitable fund.
Tuesday 29 April 2014There is now an additional Rosette Show being held at the Exeter 3 star Show on May 11th. Dougie Nendick will be judging.
Tuesday 29 April 2014Please note the AGM for Swindon Rabbit Club is now on Tuesday 20th May not as advertised in the May issue. Venue and time remain the same.
Monday 14 April 2014We have been informed that Neil Robertson will be judging the National Black Rex Stock Show at Essex Championship Show instead of Mike Cox.
Friday 14 March 2014Please note change of judges at the Sleaford Show on 23rd March. In the 2 star show Steve Germany will now be judging Fancy and Lops instead of Neil Gardner. In the 1 star show Simon Gellender will now be judging Fur & Rex in place of Kirsty Thompson.
Wednesday 12 February 2014
Change of Judge at the Bury & Radcliffe Fur Fanciers show to be held on Sunday 6th April. Mrs Ros Waring will now be judging in place of Mr P Batey.
Wednesday 12 February 2014Due to unforeseen circumstances the Stoke and Stone show due to be held on Sunday 16th March has been cancelled.
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The Castor or Beaver was discovered in France in a litter of common table rabbits when it was found to be devoid of the long guard hairs carried by other breeds. The mutation was developed and eventually arrived in the UK in 1926 when cross breeding produced the glowing range of rex colours and patterns accepted today. The Castor's rich chestnut top contrasts with its sparkling white belly and underside of tail. Desired length in all rexes is approximately ½ in, coat should have a velvety plushness. There are two types: the standard (6-8 lbs - 2.72 - 3.62 kgs) or the Mini (3½ lbs to 4½ lbs - 1.587 - 2.041 kgs).
National Castor Rex Club: Mrs S Bulman 01287 676558