Posts categorised: General interest

THE MOULT

She dropped her skirts with gay abandon – Stepped out of them with glee: She only had one star to go – Oh, disappointed me!

Future Farmers

A new Venture in South Africa There is a new venture starting in South Africa, a wool farm for Angora Rabbits. They are small at the moment with only three bucks but are looking to find some does this year so that they can really get going. 

The Bradford Show 2019-Products Competition

The National Angora Club Products Competition There was a very good entry this year, with two beginners producing excellent work. There were a wide variety of scarves, gloves, skeins, flowers and toys. The Judge, Anne Gibson, found it very difficult to choose between this finely spun Angora chemise from Mary Tomlin and the beaded shawl… Read more »

Subscription renewals

Subscriptions are now due for 2019. New members are £7, existing renewals, juniors and seniors are £5. Anyone is welcome to join the National Angora Club who is interested in angora rabbits.

War Rabbits

The Story of the Rabbit in the First World War This book tells the stories of rabbit keepers and their rabbits during the Great War. It was published on Armistice Day 2018, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of World War 1.  The Fancy Goes to War At the onset of the War, younger… Read more »

The National Angora Club Products Competition

The London Show October 2018 The National Angora Club products competitions are open to all members, whether they keep rabbits themselves or not. Whilst it is great to see members on the day handing in their entries, those who cannot travel to shows can send in their entries by post.  The judge at the London… Read more »

A Time to Reflect

Sometime when you’re feeling important.. Sometime when your ego’s in bloom… Sometime when you take it for granted… That your the best one in the room…. Sometime when you feel that your going Would leave an unfillable hole Just follow these simple instructions And see how they humble your soul. Take a bucket and fill… Read more »