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2020 was a year of almost no shows due to Covid but we did manage to have a very safe match in the field at Winuwuk Cottage which Alan Hedges kindly judged
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The 2014 Christmas party was its usual success and we had more people than ever this year.
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Our 2014 championship show was our 35th anniversary and we welcomed the famous US professional handler Diego Garcia as our judge to do both sexes. He had a fantastic entry and although he did both sexes, the early 8.30 start meant that everything was finished by 4pm.

Best In Show - Diceulon Gin Fizz at Winuwuk

Rerserve Best In Show - Ch Sezflo Pure Faith by Newlaithe

Best Puppy in Show - Mylicam Moon Maiden

DCC: Berwynfa Fully Loaded, RDCC: Ch Winuwuk Il Messaggero and BPD: Winuwuk Scouting for Girls at Lorrosa

A very special judge for a very special show

As usual, the hall looked great
Crohn's & Colitis was the worthy charity chosen this year for our Christmas Card collection

Everyone in the Christmas spirit

The bitch line up

Hall of fame
Hall of Fame featuring all previous BIS winners at the Championship Show

On the last Saturday before Christmas we had a fantastic members' meal at the Stagecoach Pub. Lots of people turned up and made it a night to remember
Our December 2013 Championship show once again received the biggest Boxer entry of the year, a massive 275 for our two judges Keith Baldwin and Bob Gregory who were both awarding CCs for the first time. The photographs show what a super day it wasIngram from Ireland and Paola Watten from Italy. There were 260 Boxers entered. The photos show you what a lovely day it was
Our 2012 Championship Show once again had the biggest Boxer entry of the year for our two judges Ann Ingram from Ireland and Paola Watten from Italy. There were 260 Boxers entered. The photos show you what a lovely day it was
Just before Christmas 2011 members and committee gathered at the Stagecoach Pub for a sociable dinner.  It was a great night.
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We held our 2011 Championship Show on the first Saturday in December and our two judges Goran Bodegard from Sweden and our own Kevin Young were rewarded with the biggest Boxer entry of the year - a massive 257, including 24 in Open Dog. It was a super day, enjoyed by all and the photos give you a flavour of the day
Our December 2010 Championship show was a massive success.  We had moved venue to the Kennel Club building at Stoneleigh and everyone seemed to agree that the way we used the hall was excellent - we provided benching, white picket fencing and outstanding matting for the floor.  We had an excellent entry for the show.  The pictures give you a flavour of the day
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In the Summer the parent club attended an enjoyable inter-club match with its branch in Oxford, but was this time on the end of a resounding, but good humoured defeat!
2010 has been a successful year so far for local dogs. New champions Ch Lichdel Uncle Silas to Winuwuk and Ch Rebkai Tale of Love for Winuwuk got made up and won group placings. Ch Winuwuk Lust at First Sight was Top Boxer, Number 2 Working dog and Number 7 all breeds at the half way stage. RCCs have been won by Sugarwood Mystik Flame, Winuwuk Enzo Ferrari and Jimbren Romance in the Dark at Galicar. Remember, other members who want their wins recorded here should get in touch with the secretary.
It was great to celebrate our 30th anniversary Championship show in December. Everyone agreed that there was a superb atmosphere all day. Club President Marion Ward-Davies had knitted a mountain of bobble hats for the exhibitors lucky enough to place in the large classes and these were modelled all day. We had a free bar, a special celebratory cake, free pens and a real Christmas feel. Instead of Christmas cards, we had a box where people could donate money to our chosen charity in support of prostate cancer. Jonny Boardman had grown a silly moustache to support the cause and we raised over £400. We feel that or 2010 Championship was one of our best ever. The photos give you a good idea of the day
Champ Show bobble hats
cake raffle
moustache cake cutting
Recently Club member Tracey Brian took part in the 21 mile walk up and down the five Stroud valleys in aid of the Meningitis Trust. She was accompanied on all of it by her Boxers and on some of it by her five year old son Dylan and husband Chris. What a great achievement for all of them, especially young Dylan who managed 9 miles!
On 8 July we hosted a match at Whitminster against our Oxford Branch.  It was a wonderful evening with over 50 dogs present and competing meaning that the judging didn't finish until gone 10.30pm  Val Pack-Davison judged and it was a victory for the hosts.  Best in Match went to Steve Hare and Brenda Groves' Sandcliffe Kiss of Life for Jimbren, Best Novice was Maggie Knight's Sarsbrook Hot Off the Press, Best Puppy Winuwuk Rock Chick and Best Baby was Jimbren Deano's Beano.
The 2009 AGM and barbecue was held on a lovely sunny afternoon at Winuwuk Cottage.  Following Kevin Fitzgerald's retirement we welcomed Sam Cant onto the Committee.  Sam has already made up her fisrt Champion under her Mananin affix and already has another bitch with a CC
At the British BC Open Show Christine Breakspear's Winuwuk Such a Scandal for Porth won Best in Special Puppy Event and Best Puppy Dog in the Open Show
Sam Cant won the CC & BIS at the Northern Boxer Club with Bartlans Eva Green at Mananin. On the same day Ward-Davies, Brown & Hutchings' Lichdel Uncle Silas to Winuwuk won the RCC and their Winuwuk All About Eve was BPIS
At the Scottish and Mancunian Boxer Club's Ch Winuwuk Lust at First Sight won the CC & BIS. At the Scottish Christine Breakspear was in the last 4 for the BCC with Mabellabox Rimini of Porth.
At Crufts, local dogs had a fantastic day! Ch Winuwuk Lust at First Sight was Best of Breed and went on to win the Working Group, therefore making it down to the final seven for BIS from a total entry of 22,000. The Reserve Dog CC was won by Brenda Groves and Steve Hare's Jimbren Drunk'n Dribbling, the Reserve Bitch CC was won by Sam Cant's Bartlans Eva Green at Mananin and Best Puppy was won by the Pye family's Burnden Opportunist. Way to go, Cotswold!
At the Boxer Event we were thrilled when our 2008 Championship Show was voted as the country's FAVOURITE SHOW of 2008 by all the members of the British Boxer Club. We were presented with a Boscar in recognition of this and almost all the Committee were present to collect it on the Club's behalf from David Spencer. We have been nominated in this category on a couple of previous occasions but it was great to win
With all the 2008 Championship Shows now complete it is wonderful to be able to record that both the 2008 Top Boxer and the Top Bitch both come from our Club. Top Boxer is Team Winuwuk's Ch Winuwuk Lust at First Sight and Top Bitch is Sam Cant's Ch Mananin Analyse That, both of whom live within a about 5 miles of each other in Gloucestershire!
At our Christmas Match we also held our Match Dog and Puppy Dog of the Year competitions. The Pye's Burnden Opportunist was Puppy of the Year and Team Winuwuk's Rebkai Tale of Love for Winuwuk was Dog of the Year. Opportunist also won the Ch Sugarwood Candyfloss shield having amassed the most points at all the 08 matches. It was a lovely evening which members very much enjoyed.
At both Birmingham and Richmond, Lust at First Sight won the CC, BOB, Working Group and Reserve Best in Show all breeds from entries of over 10,000 each time
At SKC Brenda and Steve (with Claire Kay handling) made up their Ch Verileas Dancing Deano at Jimbren
At Bournemouth, local dogs were winners - Lust at First Sight won the Dog CC and Sam Cant went BOB, ending up in the last 8 in the Group
Club members the Pye family are going great guns with their new puppy Burnden Opportunist who has many Best Puppy wins to his credit including Paignton and City of Birmingham Ch Shows.  Well done ladies
At East of England Whitminster-based Sam Cant was delighted to make up her firts Champion, Ch Mananin Analyse That. Well done Sam. On the same day Lust at First Sight won BOB and 4th in the Group.
Committee Member Steve Hare enjoyed his day judging at South Wales. Lust at First Sight was Best of Breed and shortlisted in the Group. Marion Seeney was Best Puppy with Maranseen Done'n Dusted and also Best Bitch with her CC winning Maranseen Rave Review.
At Windsor, Brenda Groves judged and local lad Winuwuk Up Close n Personal won the Reserve CC. Also, relatively new to the showring, local member Lorna Walker was delighted to qualify her Walkon Miss Whiplash for Crufts by getting a good second in Puppy bitch.
On 27 June, Club Secretary Tim Hutchings celebrated his 40th.
On 21 June we held our AGM and took the opportunity of celebrating Mary Foan's 80th birthday a couple of days early

At Border Union Claire Kay handled Brenda Groves and Steve Hare's Verileas Dancing Deano to Jimbren to the Dog CC, his second, under Ruth Perrett
We were pleased to entertain the South Western Boxer Club to a return inter-club match on our regular match night in June. We had won the first Event down with the South Western guys in 2007, but there must be an 'away' advantage with these events since (in a tight contest) the opposition won this time. The South Western won Baby Puppy, Best Adult and Best in Match while the Cotswold won Novice and Puppy. It was a lovely night with a great attendance for our judge Kirk Rofe-Moss of the well known Riesenheim Giant Schnauzers.
Ch Winuwuk Lust at First Sight won the CC, BOB and Group 3 at Three Counties
At Birmingham National under Marian Spavin Ch Winuwuk Lust at First Sight won the Reserve CC
Christine Breakspear was delighted to win Best Puppy Bitch at Tyne Wear and Tees Ch Show with Porth Pearl Essence under Rita Tucker and then again at Bath under Peggy Bailey.
At WELKS Sam Cant won her first CC with Mananin Analyse That under Walker Miller.  She quickly followed this up with a second CC at SKC from Chris Cray.  Well done Sam!
Club member Maggie Knight won her first CC from Mandy Laidlaw at the Merseyside with Walkon Surely Not of Sarsbrook
The Winuwuks won the CC at the Northern under Ann Ingram with Ch Winuwuk Lust at First Sight and the Reserve CC the following week under Jeff Luscott at Working Breeds of Wales with their Puppy BItch Rebkai Tale of Love for Winuwuk.  Tale of Love was bred by Club member Rebecca Gibbons
Club President Marion Ward-Davies celebrated her 84th birthday on 29th March - Happy Birthday Mims!!
At the Scottish Boxer Club Brenda and Steve won the Dog CC with Verileas Dancing Deano at Jimbren who was bred by Club member Val Pack-Davison
Long-time Club member Pam Broughton had the privilege of judging Dogs at Crufts this year. Veronica Feaver and John Cormack were delighted to win Veteran Dog and local lad, Ch Winuwuk Lust at First Sight won the Reserve CC
Club Committee members Brenda Groves and Steve Hare celebrated at Dog of the Year when Brenda handled Ch Hamlear Hail to Glory to the top spot.  Fellow Committee members Marion Ward-Davies, Julie Brown and Tim Hutchings were also celebrating as they were runners up with Ch Winuwuk Lust at First Sight and they also picked up both Sire of Merit and Dam of Merit at the Boscars on behalf of Ch Winuwuk Lust in the Dust and Ch Winuwuk Storybook
At the Pup of the Year Lichdel Uncle Silas at Winuwuk was 3rd best dog and Sam Cant's Mananin Analyse That was Runner Up Best Bitch





















































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