Many race organisers have received communication from APHA regarding Newcastle’s Disease and the requirement to complete the enclosed document. However, I have been communicating with DEFRA over the last two days and established that completion of the declaration is NOT mandatory as far as pigeon gatherings are concerned but is recommended. However, as a result […]
The BBC World War 1 At Home Tour will visit county shows, summer festivals, air shows and bustling shopping centres the length and breadth of the UK. A family festival drew more than 30,000 people to Woolwich on Saturday 28th June as part of the annual Armed Forces Day celebrations. The event, which highlights Woolwich’s […]
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An analysis of the social role of pigeon racing in contemporary English society. To see the full Dissertation by James George Fabian, a student at Edge Hill University, click here.
It happens every year – to us, at least. You forget it’s April 1st and you see a news story that makes your jaw drop. You’re about to tell all your friends about the amazing news when you suddenly realise what day it is. April Fool’s day is one of the most reviled dates in […]
Pigeon fanciers in north Wales have backed a call by MP Peter Law to make pigeon racing an official sport. click here for the full story.
check out the fantastic website that students from Kingsmead School have produced here.
Click here to see our very own General Manager- Stewart Wardrop on the Alan Titchmarsh show, talking about Pigeons in war.
Check out one of our Young Fanciers, Jack Delaney on UTV by clicking here!
13 year old Reece Stone, of Bourne Road, Gravesend, has learning difficulties but became passionate about pigeons four years ago, a hobby which has also helped boost his grades at school. However the heartbroken teenager has been forced to keep his birds in baskets after the council said his family didn’t have permission for the […]