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AL EXHIBITION COM-UK


ound, Sunday 9th October 2011 MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF COM-UK.


At the recent AGM of the International Ornithological Association there members agreed unanimously to form the new federation with the NCA for the showing side of the hobby for the World Show to be known as COM-UK.So from now everything to do with the World Show will come under the umbrella of COM-UK.The aim of this is to try and improve our showing standard in Europe,the new committee of COM-UK are aware of what a lot of work they have to put in,but they feel we have the right birds in the UK to bring us up to another level.In 1925 the IOA was formed with the same aim of exhibiting there birds against the best in Europe,so just think what they must have gone through in those days.


The IOA are experts in the showing side of the hobby so with the help of the NCA we all hope that we can improve even more.There is a new European Show in the pipe line so that is another big show which COM-UK will be looking at,also the NCA can use there expertise with trying to get a world show to be held in the UK in the near future by talking to our government.A new website is being formed so everybody will be able to find out what is being done by COM-UK.


I am very proud to have been asked to be the first ever president of COM-UK,a first for a gloster breeder from Yorkshire.I do no that my mentor the late Ron Evans would have been as proud as I am.


Many thanks, Richard Lumley. President. COM-UK


from 9.30a.m. to 4.00p.m.


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