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Training Days and Training Classes



A day has been booked on October 6th 2021 for those interested in preparing for trialing or want to experience a walked up shoot day. Dogs must be used to retrieving game. This is a small day 20-30 with only 4 handlers aiming to have a minimum of 5 retrieves per person. The day on 6th October is now fully booked but it may be possible to arrange another day in Nov or Dec.

Cost £75 and is eligible for a training subsidy from the Society.

Contact Ron Lane to register interest in attending if dates are arranged in November or December.

E mail. [email protected]



There will be a 50 bird live training day for eight handlers at Ampton on Monday 11th October, preference will be given to experienced FT handlers who are likely to enter their dog in the Open FCRS FT on 13th December and not familiar with the ground at Ampton.

Contact Helen Ford [email protected]t  The cost will be £95 per handler.



SW working training monthly sessions to restart in Cohorts of six from Saturday 10th April with Helen Ford and Steve Ashby. Please contact Sara Thurgood if you would like to attend.

Email: [email protected]

These sessions will be run in line with the Government guidelines and will be run with the “rule of 6” applied. Social distancing must be maintained at all times.

We plan to use different venues.

We will need to know age and ability of your dog and level they are working at.

The cost will be £15 a dog and sessions will be 2 hours

There will be some fortnightly training booked as well if there is enough interest and both Helen and Steve are happy to train in their local areas. We can discuss this at the first training.





The Back to Basics Development Programme has been put in place to support members who wish to train their dogs for gundog work, whatever their current level of achievement. Through supported and targeted training, the aim is to increase the number of Flatcoats competing in working tests, gaining the Shooting Dog Certificate and ultimately that more people will have the confidence and desire to enter field trials.

Training for existing participants will re-start soon with Phil Bruton, and there may also be room for new participants, please contact Heather Harley [email protected]  if interested.



* The FCRS advertise these independent events for your information but are not responsible for them and therefore makes no warranties or representations,express or implied to the suitability of them.