Chair and Officers
|Christine Bodman - VICE-CHAIR|
|Christine was elected to the Committee at the 2010 AGM. She has been showing dogs for about forty years, starting with Rough Collies and then Bernese Mountain dogs. Christine's first Newfoundland in 1989 was from the Stormsail kennel. She now has three, two of which were home bred. Christine has judged and been on Canine Society committees in the past and we are very pleased to have her on the SNC committee.|
|Angela has owned Newfies since 1990 and enjoyed most of this time showing them with continued success. Her love for the breed is shared with husband John and currently own two males. Both have also enjoyed swimming their dogs and plan to return to the water and train for fun.|
|In Helen's words ... "I have been owned by Newfoundlands since 1998 and at the moment have two. Just started showing again but would love to swim them. They live with a Poodle, Shihtzu and Portuguese Water Dog. I have been on the committee of the local ringcraft and enjoy obedience classes. I am a dog groomer so my whole world involves dogs."|
|Sandy is also our Trophy secretary. 'Bio' to follow.|
|Loretta 'accidently' discovered Newfoundlands in 1980 and fell in love with breed. She has shown and breed three litters and at the moment owns two Newfoundlands (one of which is a welfare dog) and a Border Terrier. Both Newfoundlands have participated at carting events and, like most Newfoundlands, enjoy swimming. Loretta is also a volunteer for the Greyhound Trust.|
Sara has supported the Club since its inception and has previously been owned by two Newfoundlands - Ffion and Kayleigh. She has tried her hand at all aspects of Newf challenge including showing, draught and water work.
In addition to her role as a committee member, Sara is also our Newf News editor.
Hailey has owned Newfoundlands since 2014 and is actively involved in both Showing and Working the four Newfies that she and her husband Duncan are owned by. She also judges Waterwork which she fell in love with after visiting a water group when their first Newfie was 7 months old ... itís been an addiction ever since!
She is also the treasurer for a local canine society which she has been a part of for the last two years since moving to South Wales and has just taken on the role of Show Manager for the SNC.
Mel first fell in love with the breed in 2012 and was entrusted with her first girl, Willow in 2014. She currently has two girls, one being home bred. She enjoys showing and working both girls, also participating in low impact agility. Mel regularly takes Willow to school with her as she is a fully assessed therapy dog.
Brief bio to follow.