Bourne Stud is the angora stud name for Sally Mays angora’s. Here is a brief profile of how Sally got started as a breeder of Angora rabbits.
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When you become a member of the National Angora Club (NAC) you will receive the bi-annual year book. This will contain a range of useful information on keeping angoras, shows for the coming year, details of show winners and contact details for breeders and other NAC members.
Dennis Sutton 1st February 1935 – 28th October 2016 Dennis began his working life as a rural studies teacher and sports coach. He was a Duke of Edinburgh Award assessor, running courses at local youth clubs, and was Chairman of the Yorkshire Schools Athletic Association. He started two rugby clubs at both his schools which… Read more »
Skyrack Angoras is the name of Lesley Hordon’s stud in West Yorkshire. Skyrack is the name of the old Viking Wapentake, and means Shire Oak. Lesley has kept Angora rabbits for 20 years.
At Ethical Angora we believe there should be only one way to produce Angora yarns and that’s by keeping rabbits to the highest welfare standards possible, with respect for their natures and a little bit of love thrown in for good measure.
The National Angora Club (NAC) officials for 2017 – 2019 are listed below and include breeders, judges and enthusiasts of the English angora rabbit. If you are interested in joining the NAC (UK) then why not contact us for more information on how to become a member or go to the Constitution and rules.
Do you have an Angora rabbit? Then this Club is for you. All Angora owners are welcome, whether you are an exhibitor, spinner, or simply a rabbit lover. Many of us are all three!