Is now available for advance ordering – a preview of the months, prices and how to order can be found here
We loved seeing you all and your clumbers & clumber friends, great to meet faces old & new…
We hope you all had a great time, it’s been fantastic seeing all of your pictures!
A massive thank you to all that help us throughout the event!
But a special thank you to my mum Jackie who holds the fort at home.
Clumberfest are delighted to announce that thanks to all of you we are able to make a donation of £450 to Clumber Spaniel Health to help fund their research projects.
Whilst we sold a greater amount of raffle tickets as part of the lottery licence regulations with Wiltshire Council, 20% must be retained by the organising group. We have used the 20% towards the running costs of this years Clumberfest (toilets/bins/insurance etc)
We’re really looking forward to 2022 (start those sun dances now!)
We’ll let you know the dates as soon as we have them!
We will be sorting raffle prizes out and contacting quite a few people tomorrow evening (Wed 14th July)
Info packs have been emailed out to everyone registered for this years event.
If you haven’t received it please check your Spam/Junk folders. If still not there drop me an email.
If you have any questions don’t panic if you don’t get a reply till tomorrow afternoon…I’m out this evening and at a Hoopers show tomorrow morning
We now need everyone to be pre registered to attend Clumberfest – If you would like to come to Clumberfest please follow the link and complete form.
1 form for each person
The raffle tickets are available for sale and you can see what you could win here
HENRY 9th IS READY!!!!!
If you haven’t bought any raffle tickets yet – there is still time (the raffle is being drawn on October 31st).
If you have bought tickets – isn’t he wonderful – why not increase your chances and buy some more!!!!
Hernia Henry has now been made and how it has been done can be seen here
I was very sad to hear this afternoon that Glenis Barlow had passed away. This is a name that few of you at Clumberfest will know, but whilst she never visited us at Clumberfest, from the very first Clumberfest she has been a staunch supporter and always bought raffle tickets, provided many Clumber related gifts for the raffle and enjoyed her winnings of Lilleys Cider! (Elderflower or Bee Sting for preference!)
When I visited my late mother in Manchester, I would pop in and see Glenis on my way home (who used to breed and show Clumbers) and between us we would put the Clumber world to rights.
A lovely lady that will be sadly missed.