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Carol Fowler
4th January 2010, 03:35 PM
Hi All

I'm not sure if you have this info already, but see the notice below re the South and West Wales Cavalier Club Health Day on Feb 6 in Usk.

I recommend going along to hear Tom Lewis and Sarah Blott talking about Estimated Breeding Values. It's open to all and I think important that pet owners as well as breeders understand how the EBV program will work.

Happy New Year to everyone.

Carol



South & West Wales Cavalier Club Health Day

6th February 2010

The Scout Centenary Hall
Maryport Street
Usk
Monmouthshire NP15 1LH

10.30 am - Talk on Estimated Breeding Values by Tom Lewis and Sarah Blott
11.15 am - Question & Answer Session
12 Noon - Lunch
12.30 - Heart Testing by Jan Cormie and KC/BVA Eye Testing by Hamish Cormie
Microchipping will also be available at 12.50.

There will be a small charge of 2.00 for each person which will include tea/coffee and biscuits before the talk.
Food will be available all day.

For further details please contact David Moger on 01989780200 or email david@gayhalo.co.uk

Carol Fowler
4th January 2010, 03:37 PM
Oh gosh, sorry about the FONT stuff. How did that happen?

Carol

Wagtails
4th January 2010, 07:46 PM
Oh gosh, sorry about the FONT stuff. How did that happen?

Carol

I think it's when you cut and paste from another site. If you "Preview" first, then you get the chance to see and delete it if necessary.

Thanks very much for the info Carol - hope to be able to get along there if at all possible.

Nicki
5th January 2010, 06:35 PM
Carol, I have edited it for you. If you copy and past to an application like notepad, that removes the formatting. You can then copy and paste again into here!


Hope that helps for the future.

Thanks for the info about the health day, it is always helpful to post as not everyone reads the parent club site.

Happy New Year to you and Rosie too

Carol Fowler
6th January 2010, 03:15 PM
Nicki and Marie-Ann

Thanks for the tuition. I'll try not to let it happen agian. There are many things about using a computer that still come as a complete surprise to me.

Carol