|Posted on Wednesday, 21 February, 2007 - 06:36 pm: |
Wendy - this is me!
Blandings Farm is near Chippenham, Newmarket (CB7 5QQ) Very good event to start with. You can come and have some training on the Saturday, if you like, or come and watch (and walk the obstacles), and enter the one-day event on Sunday. If you are sufficiently desperate to want me as a mentor/buddy, I'm happy to hold your hand throughout! I have not seen the EACDG yearbook yet so I don't know any more details.
Electric fencing's OK at Blandings - bring a warning sign to put on it, if you have one!
Thanks for the reminder about the team event on 10 March - must work out the rules... will put up notice on Saturday.
(Mike's allowed to post his own notices!) See you... F
|Posted on Wednesday, 21 February, 2007 - 11:09 am: |
Thanks Mike or is it Fiona using Mikes name!!!
Are you allowed to use electric fencing for overnight stays?
Whats the teams for March Novice/Pair? as I need to know who to ask to be in my team, at the moment its me! are you in a team? would you like to be in my gang!!! Wendy
|Posted on Tuesday, 20 February, 2007 - 04:08 pm: |
The East Anglian is probably your nearest club, see www.eacdg.org.uk
Eacdg first events are:
7/8 April Training and One day event, Blandings
21/22nd April Ashfields 2 day event
The next nearest is probably the Midlands www.mdtg.co.uk, or Windsor Park
...or there are several in the south...lots of good events.
and click Club Events [on the right) to get a full list, though not all have posted their dates yet for this year.
You can join several or just one - it just depends which dates and how much travelling suits you.
|Posted on Tuesday, 20 February, 2007 - 11:04 am: |
Can you put me in right direction of what club to join for outdoor trials? Or do you just join a few? What is the first event? Wendy Wyatt