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       Welcome to the Teeswater Sheep Breeders' Association

Officers of The Association 

Following 2018 AGM

Secretary: Christina Liddle

Chairperson: Ruth Dawson

Vice- Chairman: Mark Elliot 

President: Micheal Peirson

Vice - President: David Newbould

 

2019: Dates for your diary ...

 

Association Annual Dinner 2019

at The Wensleydale Pantry, Hawes

£20pp, including carvery dinner and speaker.

Raffle and Annual Draw. Tropy Presentations.

Tickets available from the Secretary.

See you there ... 

Friday 25th January 

 

Annual General Meeting

Thursday 7th March

Wilson Family to Trek Iceland in aid of Parkinsons UK

Kathryn and Deborah Wilson (Wife and Daughter of David Wilson, Crimple Head Flock) are to Trek Iceland to rasise funds for Parkinsons UK, a charity aiming to find a cure for this debilitating disease.

To donate you may contact Kathryn on 01423 565812

Please support them if you can!

Annual Dinner 2018

Teeswater Sheep Breeders Association Annual Dinner 2018

Our Annual Dinner took place on Friday 26th January 2017. The Dinner was, once again, very well attended. Our thanks must go to Jackie and her team at The Wensleyale Pantry, Hawes for providing and excellent dinner - as always! Mr Micheal Clarke was our after dinner speaker, who entertained us with stories of his time as a Member of Parliament. 

The Annual Draw raised £690 and the Raffle & Cake Auction raised £130 for Association Funds. The association trophies were awarded to their worthy winners! 

The "Ciba Geigy" Trophy, for the most points won in Teeswater show classes in 2017, was awarded to Giles & Keiran Horner.

The John Le Cornu Trophy, for the most points won by Teeswaters in Any Other Breed classes, was awarded to Gilly Storer.

The Chairman's Shield, for the member who has made the most effort to promote the breed in 2017, was awarded to Ruth Dawson.

 

The Teeswater makes a fantastic Sire for a Hill Sheep, producing a high value Masham Sheep
Join in with Young Handler Classes at the Shows

Excellent        Sire for            Hill Sheep

Many shows have Teeswater Classes, Longwool Classes or Rare and Native Breed Classes

The Teeswater Sheep Breeders' Association was formed in 1949 with the aim to encourage and improve the breeding of Teeswater Sheep, to maintain their purity and particularly to establish the supremacy of Teeswater rams for crossing with hill sheep of other breeds for the production of half-bred lambs, know as the Masham.

The Association has a Facebook page - Teeswater Sheep Breeders' Association availible here:  https://www.facebook.com/TeeswaterSBA/ and can be found on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/TeeswaterSBA.

Teeswater Sheep Breeders' Association Members

 

To access our online Flock Book please click this link:

 

 

www.grassroots.co.uk/teeswater.html

 

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