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year. So whatever your bird keeping requirements they will be on offer at Stafford on 12th October.


The Sandylands Centre and half of the Argyle Centre will again be used to accommodate the exhibits with the ‘booking in’ and club stands filling the remainder of the Argyle Centre. This facilitates the management of the exhibition during the judging of the birds and allows both exhibitors and general visitor’s access to the exhibition at the earliest possible time on the day. The Parrot Society Council members hope that all the exhibitors and the officials of the specialist exhibiting clubs have a very enjoyable day. The Parrot Society would like to thank the clubs for all the kind words and support that you have given us. It will make the organisation of this year’s “National Exhibition” a pleasure to be involved with.


MINUTES


Minutes of meeting held at Coventry on 27th April for The National Exhibition


1. Welcome – The Chairman said that a Get Well Soon card, on behalf of all those attending, will be sent to Allen King. Allen broke his leg prior to the start of the meeting.


2. The 2013 National Exhibition was reviewed. It was agreed that staging would be labelled as in previous years. As the Fife canary section has the largest entry it was agreed to reallocate their position to the other end of the booking in tables so that they were away from the Gloster canaries. All those attending agreed with this change.


3. Sponsorship arrangements for 2014 – The Chairman told the meeting that although arrangements have not been agreed with Johnston & Jeff and The Birdcare Company it was envisaged that the same support would be received as in previous years.


4. Checking In facilities – Booking in tables will again be lined up in front of the Show staging and the cattle barriers. Security is paramount at this event and we do not want exhibitors walking around the staging when birds are staged.


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