At that time the dogs were usually placed straight from one home to another. No paper work was needed - there was no need to be 'politically correct' or even worry about the possibility of 'being sued' in those days! By the mid 1980s English Setters had become a very popular breed of dog and over 1500 puppies were being registered with the Kennel Club in some years, hence the number of Setters coming into Rescue was growing and increasing each year.
On 22nd January 1986 English Setter Rescue became a Registered Charity (Charity No. 293708), managed by a panel of trustees with a nationwide network of generous and willing helpers. It is financed entirely from donations and by fund raising.
Please support the English Setter Rescue Association by purchasing a 2018 Calendar for only £7.22 including post and packaging. To buy the 2018 Calendar, please download the order form by clicking Order Form
If you require any further information regarding the Calendar please telephone Sue & John Lynch on 01903 714244 or email: email@example.com.
The ESA committee felt that this was a fitting tribute to Gordon who not only gave much of his time to the Breed and Association, but the Bournehouse name is well-known throughout the dog world both here and abroad. At our recent Championship Show, Penny Williams was presented with the original picture by Stuart and there were many doggy folk there to see the unveiling. To coincide with the picture ESA are able to offer Limited Edition Prints for those wishing to purchase a print of the picture. This is a Limited Edition run of only 50 and already a number were purchased at the Show. The cost is £85. and each print is supplied, double mounted with a backboard and individual Certificate of Authenticity – overall size 16” x 20”. You can if you wish have your print framed and cost would be from £105 to £135 depending on which frame you choose.
If you wish to order a print, please download the order form by clicking Order Form and send with your cheque made out to English Setter Association to the ESA secretary – Elwyn Evans. Briar Cottage, Plump Hill, Mitcheldean, Glos, GL17 0ET.If you would like more details of the frames, then please contact Fiona Mitchell on either firstname.lastname@example.org or 01386 462681. But hurry there are only a few left!
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