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Nether Whitacre Village Hall,

Station Rd, Nether Whitacre, Birmingham
B46 2EH


The Breed Appreciation Day (BAD) is open to everyone and provides an opportunity for those interested in learning more or updating their knowledge of the Sealyham Terrier.

It also provides an opportunity for anyone interested in judging the breed to attend the subsequent Multiple Choice Examination (MCE).


Candidates wishing to attend the MCE must be at least a JEP (Breed Shows) Level 1 judge.




09.30        Welcome & Registration – refreshments available

10.00        Presentation of the Breed Standard (inc Breed Watch Points of Concern) given by David Winsley with                 the opportunity to ask question

11.30         Tea / Coffee Break

11.45         Practical Session – Chance to go over and critique

12.45         Recap of the morning with the opportunity to ask question

13.00        Lunch

14.00        Multiple Choice Breed Standard Examination

15.00        Tea / Coffee Break

15.15         Questions / Discussion

15.30        Presentation of Certificate


Cost for the Breed Appreciation Day – £20 (includes lunch & refreshments)

Cost for the Breed Appreciation Day and Multiple Choice Breed Standard Examination - £30 (includes lunch & refreshments)


For more advice and guidance about the day or about availability or to register an interest in booking a space, please contact our Breed Education Coordinator (BEC) Lisa Hampson Tel: 01617646678 Email:

Complete the booking form and forward to Breed Education Coordinator (BEC) Lisa Hampson Tel: 01617646678 Email:

Payment can either be made on line through the above links or via payment details on the booking form.

Additional Information


Level 1
• Minimum of five years proven interest in pedigree dogs
• Attend a Requirements of a Dog Show Judge seminar (but not mandatory to take and pass examination)
• Attend a Conformation and Movement seminar
• Complete a minimum of two full-day stewarding appointments

The Judges
Education Programme (Breed Shows)

KC booklet explaining the route to becoming a judge

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