Northern Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Society logoThe Northern Cavalier King
Charles Spaniel Society

Companion Dog Show, BBQ & Puppy Party

(held under Kennel Club Rules & Regulations)

All Proceeds to Hearing Dogs for the Deaf

on Sunday 24th June, 2007

at Wreay Village Hall, Wreay, Near Carlisle.

Entries taken from 12 noon, Judging starts 1.00 p.m.

Barbeque served from 12 noon.


Pedigree Classes

Class 1. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppy (6-12 months)

Class 2. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Open.

Class 3. Any Variety Puppy (6-9 months)

Class 4. Any Variety Puppy (6 - 12 months)

Class 5. Any Variety Junior (12 - 18 months)

Class 6. Any Variety Open

Class 7. Any Variety Veteran


Childrens Handling

Class 8. Under 8 years of Age. Class 9. From 8 - 16 years of Age.


Novelty Classes

Class 10. Best Fancy Dress

Class 11. Dog with the Waggiest Tail

Class 12. Chief Barker

Class 13. Best 6 Legs

Class 14. Bonio Race

Class 15. Dog with the Longest Ears

Class 16. Dog & Owner most Alike

Class 17. Dog the Judge would most like to take Home.

Entry Fees £1.00 per class

Tickets for the 2 course Barbeque £4.00 - must be purchased in advance

For Tickets or further information - please contact:-

Elaine Waddington Tel. (01768) 840603 - email:

or Contact Any Committee Member

Dogs which have won a Challenge Certificates, Reserve Challenge Certificates or Junior Warrants are not eligible for entry in the pedigree classes.

Side shows & stalls including Club Stall ~ Tombola ~ Raffle ~ Guess the Weight of the Cake ~

Treasure Island ~ Marbles in a flowerpot etc.

All contributions greatly appreciated.


M6 come off at Junction 42, if coming from the south take first exit, if coming from the North it will be the 4th exit, signposted Dalston. Proceed along this road for about 1 mile and when the road begins to climb look out for the LH turning at the top of the hill signposted Wreay. Turn left here and continue along the road (going underneath the motorway). When you come into Wreay Village, take the first turn right and then immediately right again. The village hall is on the right hand side, a hundred yards or so down the road.