The Hungarian Puli Club of Great Britain are to hold a BreedAppreciation Day on Saturday 5th of October 2019 at Islip Village Hall, Old Farm Lane, Islip, Northamptonshire, NN14 3LY. (2 minutes off junction 12 on the A14)
It is with great sadness that we inform you that Miranda Turrell passed away on Thursday 1st November 2018 following a short illness. Miranda was a long standing committee member and our breed welfare rescue co-ordinator. She will be sorely missed by all of the Puli family and indeed the dog world. Our thoughts at this time go to her family and friends.
We should like to advise everyone that the arrangements are now in place for her funeral:
It will be held at 11.00am on Friday November 23rd 2018 at
Redditch Crematorium, Bordesley Lane (the A441, Redditch to Birmingham Road), Redditch, Worcestershire. B97 6RR.
Everyone will be welcome to attend and all are invited to refreshments after the service, at The Village Inn,Holt Hill, Beoley, Worcestershire.B98 9AT
Miranda requested no flowers but, would welcome donations to The Hungarian Puli Club of GB, Welfare/Rescue Fund. To be sent please, to:-
James Giles Ltd. Funeral Directors, 26-28, High Street, Studley,Warwickshire. B80 7HJ
For any further details please contact John or Mary Whitton on 01527 850570”
Application forms to be included in the Hungarian Puli Club of GB’s 2019 Judges List are now available to download this website. The completed form should be returned to the address on the form by Friday 2nd November 2018.
Although it will soon no longer be a requirement for Breed Clubs to maintain a Judges List, it is the intention of the HPC of GB to continue to do so in some form. This will enable us to determine those who have a genuine interest in the Hungarian Puli and thus select eligible candidates for judging our Club shows.
However, we would ask you to note that if a completed form is not returned within the three years grace period, your name will not be included in the Club’s judges list.