An excellent entry of 16 angoras in our stock show and the London championship show, sadly Alan couldn’t make it so we didn’t have the full 16, however Peter brought down one of Alan’s smoke adult angoras and with help got it groomed and ready for the show.
Posts Tagged: Wool products
Another Craft Festival for the National Angora Club! This one is a weekend show on the 30th and 31st July at Redborne School, Ampthill, Bedfordshire, MK45 2NU. Check out the Summer Wool Festival website for more details. Hope to see some of you there.
The London Championship Show for October 2021 was held this year in Peterborough and thank you to everyone who attended or supported the National Angora Club and entered Angora wool products and Angoras into the show. Only two adult angoras were shown this year, both whites shown by Christine Hamilton and Adel Wray of Foxwood… Read more »
What a great number of entries into the product competition at the Bradford Championship Show this January held in Doncaster. So many varied items made from natural fibres and Angora wool products.
As well as supporting the exhibition of the Angora rabbit, the National Angora Club (NAC) also supports those who produce yarn, felt and garments from wool which has been harvested in an ethical and animal friendly way. For details of our Product Shows, please see further posts in the wool festivals, wool products or rabbit shows category. For more information on Products Shows, contact our Products secretary… Read more »
Angora rabbit wool is very versatile and can be used to make many interesting woollen products. This is rather an unusual example of the use of Angora wool- a superb tea cosy. It keeps the teapot warm for ages! For other Angora wool products visit the wool products category.
The Angora Stand is always at the two main Rabbit Shows. The London, 8th/9th October this year, is held at the East of England showground, Peterborough, http://thelondonshow.org/, and the Bradford is held at Doncaster 20/21st January 2018 and for more details visit www.thesmallanimalshow.co.uk.
Article on the English Angora rabbit in LandScape magazine in Jan/Feb 2015 and extracts posted here with kind permission of LandScape magazine. NB: This article featured in LandScape magazine in Jan/Feb 2015 issue and is posted here with kind permission of LandScape who retains all copyright to the images and information within the feature.
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.