The Clumber Spaniel Club Working Test

Working Test for any variety Spaniel (Excluding ESS and Cocker)

To be held at Rickneys Gundog Training Ground, Wadesmill Road, Chapmore End, Ware, Hertfordshire. SG12 0HD.

On Sunday 30th June 2024.  9am for 9.30am start.

Judges: Terry Baker (1939) & Judy Heampstead (NP)

Puppy –     Between 6 and 18 months old on day of test.

                      Walk to heel, sit, stay, recall, seen or simple unseen retrieve and hunting.

Novice –    Not to have been placed 1st in a Novice or 1st, 2nd and 3rd in an Open 

                      working test and won or placed, including COM’s in a field trial. 

                      Not to have been awarded a SGWC or KCWGC.

                      Hunting, steadiness to shot, seen and unseen retrieves.

Open –        Dogs will be required to work under normal shooting conditions.

There maybe be a water test. The judges may alter the tests at their sole discretion.

Members £10   Non-Members £15

Entry fees to be paid by cheque payable to The Clumber Spaniel Club

Contact Heather Mayes for BACS details.

Entries close June 24th – Draw June 25th at 6pm 

Entries to: Heather Mayes. 5, Simpson Road, Sittingbourne, Kent. ME10 1QD

Email: woolie37@hotmail.com        Mob:07969516671

All competitors must be self- sufficient.

Andrew’s fundraiser for National Trust, Clumber Spaniels to Guard Clumber Bridge

Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

I am running the the Edinburgh marathon to raise money to help the National Trust, Clumber park have Clumber Spaniel statutes placed at each end of the repaired Clumber Bridge.

The Clumber Spaniel bread was developed at the park in the late 18th century and took the name from Clumber park.

In 2018 Clumber Bridge was vandalised and more than £500,000 of damage was caused, destroying much of its historic fabric. The restoration project took over two years to complete using sections of original stonework rescued from the lake below, alongside carefully crafted new stone.

The final stage of the project is to introduce a series of new bollards, commissioned in the shape of the Clumber Spaniel, to stand guard and help protect the Grade II listed monument for future generations. This will be a fitting tribute to the lovely Clumber Spaniel bread.

JustGiving Link :

https://www.justgiving.com/page/andrew-glasby-1714510054393?utm_medium=fundraising&utm_content=page%2Fandrew-glasby-1714510054393&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=pfp-share

Clumber Spaniel Picnic

Everybody is invited – You don’t have to own a Clumber Come and meet the breed and find out more about their historic links with Clumber Park, full details in the leaflet below.

(As usual, if on a mobile device you may have to hold the download button and open in new tab to start the download)

Interested in volunteering?


Clumber Spaniel Club
President: Mr Ian Layfield
Chairman: Mr Dave Boden
(Founded 1904) 20/04/24

Hi Everybody, hope you all well.

Would just like to know if any of you are interested in joining the H/W Sub Committee as we are short of volunteers. If you are interested and want to know more about H/W in our breed, now is the time to join. Meetings are done on Zoom.

Please Contact me on euniceking2@talktalk.net

We can tell you that our website is up and running now, but please give us time to put all information up

Kindest Regards

Eunice King

Honarary Secretary

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