General Club Information

The objects of the Club include the following:

(a) To protect and promote the interests of the Breed.
(b) To render all assistance possible to owners, breeders, and exhibitors of Norwich Terriers.
(c) To urge upon all breeders, owners and judges, the adoption of The Kennel Club Standard, as the only recognised standard by which Norwich Terriers shall be judged and awarded prizes for excellence. 
(d) To encourage canine societies to schedule classes for the Breed, where it is considered an advantage for this to be done.
(e) To encourage the classification of Norwich Terriers by offering canine societies guarantees and special prizes where applicable.

Photo: Rachel Boer

The affairs of the Norwich Terrier Club are conducted by a President, Honorary Secretary, Honorary Treasurer, and a Committee of ten members. 

The President is elected by members and holds office for a period not exceeding three years at any one time.

The Honorary Secretary, Honorary Treasurer, and Committee retire annually, but are eligible for re-election if they so wish.

There are a Newsletter Editor and a Cup Secretary who also retire annually, but are eligible for re-election.

An Annual General Meeting of members is held during the first six months of the year. Notice of this is sent to all paid-up members.

The club holds two shows annually, Club Championship show in the Spring and a Open Show in the Autumn. The club holds also a Fun Day during the summer months. Please find more information behind these links as well as from the notice board.