NORTH RONALDSAY SHEEP FELLOWSHIP
Established 1997 Supporting an island legacy and a unique breed of sheep EMAIL US - CLICK HERE
Darren Cassie - 07980 540727
Laura Lambert - 01785 282901
TREASURER & MEMBERSHIP ENQUIRIES
Rita Peace - Tel. 01438 832964
John Lane - Tel. 01772 613928
Edward Lambert - 01785 282901
Website design & maintenance by Edward Lambert
The NRSF welcomes the following new members who have recently joined:
Joe Rennie, Devon
M&C Bulmer & H Williams, Somerset
Evie Clarke, Rugby
Helen Honeywell, Northants
M Beddow & P Atkins, Leics
Gillian Russell, Wilts
Sandra & Tim Gawthroup, Herts
Daniel Procter, Barnoldswick
Damon Arrand, Lincs
Please contact the Secretary or Chairman if you have a matter that you wish Council to discuss.
TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY DINNER & AGM
MELTON SHOW & SALE - 8th & 9th September
MIXED PRIMITIVE RONALDSAY SUCCESS
2017 is a landmark year for the North Ronaldsay Sheep Fellowship – founded in 1997, we celebrate our twentieth anniversary. On SATURDAY 21 OCTOBER 2017 an evening of celebration is planned in Staffordshire, incorporating Dinner and our Annual General Meeting. FOR DETAILS CLICK HERE.
There are record sheep entries at the 2017 Melton Show and Sale. The catalogue is available now. REMINDER: NRSF members are welcome to join other members for drinks and nibbles on Friday afternoon after the Interbreed Championship. Details in the sheep lines on the day. CATALOGUE - CLICK HERE.
The 2017 show season has brought with it much success for North Ronaldsays in mixed primitive classes across the country. Bryan Coventry's shearling ewe scooped Reserve Primitive Champion at the Royal Welsh Smallholder Show in May. Over the country border, Staffordshire County Show saw Ed and Laura Lambert's ram (Neatfarm Algy bred by Nick Dowler) take the Primitive Championship.
Edward Lambert with son, Vincent (3) and Primitive Champion ram, Neatfarm Algy.