Judges & Judging

  • Judges Training

    Insight to BS Judges Training

    By Trevor Terheege, Judges Training Scheme Co-ordinator

    As BS Judges Training Scheme Co-ordinator, I thought it would be of interest for members to see the format that trainee judges go through. The training takes place over two show seasons. Each candidate is required to attend/judge three shows each year. Once a candidate applies to join the judges training scheme and has been accepted by the General Council, I send them a welcoming letter and ask them to nominate five shows in the coming year, which they would like to attend as part of the scheme and to also let me know how tall they are. The later may seem a strange thing to ask, but when I allocate them a main panel judge to work with, it is necessary for them to be of similar height. It would create a problem if you had one tall and one short person as the height of the judging stand will be set for the main judge.

    In addition, every subsidiary judge will be required to attend at least one Specialist & Rare Varity Show and an Area or Gold Show within the six assessments.

    Before the start of a show season the BS Patronage Secretary sends me a list of all the shows for the year and the judges for each show. From that list I select three shows for each candidate from the five shows they have nominated and the judges undertaking their assessment. I then send follow-up letters to each candidate, main panel judge and show secretaries giving them the details. My main aim, if possible, is not to have more than one subsidiary judge at each show.

    At The Assessment Show

    Each subsidiary judge will be expected to judge a minimum of six classes so that an assessment can be made by the main panel judge. The subsidiary judge will also be required to remain with the main panel judge who will instruct on matters of procedure, colour identification etc. as the judging proceeds and on completion of judging. A subsidiary judge is required to pay their own expenses when attending a show for assessment and may not exhibit budgerigars at the event.

    Subsidiary Judges Assessment Form

    Once a subsidiary judge completes their six assessments, they are required to write to the BS office and request to sit the final tests. These take place at the BS Club Show on the Saturday morning of the show. The results from the six assessments are scored and these form part of the final test results.

    The final tests consist of a written test, an oral test, colour identification, judging a section and judging a colour run-down. A candidate must achieve a minimum pass mark of 70% in all tests to pass. The Subsidiary Judge with the highest overall score will be named Trainee Judge of the Year and will receive the Trophy at the trophy presentations on the Sunday afternoon of the Club Show. In addition, the winner will be invited to judge the Club Show three years later.

    All subsidiary judges that pass will be presented with a judge’s badge and certificate at a lunch on the Saturday.

    Unfortunately, there are occasions when not all candidates pass. In this event they will be invited to sit the tests again the following year and if they wish, have further assessments during the year.

    Qualifications For The Subsidiary Panel

    To qualify for the subsidiary panel of the Budgerigar Society a member must:

    1. have completed a minimum of 9 years membership of the Budgerigar Society of which three continuous years must precede the application,
    2. have completed three full show seasons at intermediate level and be over 21 years of age,
    3. be a current breeder and exhibitor of budgerigars at BS Championship or higher level patronage shows.

    Applicants should write to the Society Administrator by 31st January to register. There is no fee.

    The Tests

    Oral Test – This test is on a one to one basis with one of the assessors. The time allowed is 15 minutes. The examiner will ask 20 questions in total, the assessor could produce a colour plate with three birds shown and you would be asked to name the variety and colour or any other question in relation to judging budgerigars or show rules.

    Colour Identification – with this test you will have 10 birds of different varieties and colours on a judging stand and you will be given 15 minutes to write down the full colour and variety description of each bird using the full terminology.

    Section Judging – during this test you will be allocated 15 minutes to judge a section of birds and complete the relevant show paperwork.

    CC Run Down – once again 15 minutes is allocated for the subsidiary judge to complete the judging of a colour, place the colour spots on the cages and fill in all the BS paperwork and Challenge Certificate.

    Written Test – One hour is allocated to this test. A written question paper will be handed out with a list of 40 questions.

  • PROCEDURES FOR JUDGING BUDGERIGAR SOCIETY PATRONAGE SHOWS

    AREA CHAMPIONSHIP AND GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP SHOWS
    COLOUR LABEL CODE
    RED Best of Colour Any Age
    YELLOW Best of Colour Any Age Opposite Sex
    BLUE Best of Colour Young Bird
    GREEN Best of Colour Young Bird Opposite Sex

     

    JUDGING ORDER
    1. All classes will be judged and the winners placed in the appropriate colour line up under condition 2.
    2. A judge will judge the best of his colour from first to last and will mark the cage labels accordingly and will note the best of colour (label to be marked B.O.C.) and the best opposite sex to the best of colour in both the Any Age and Young Bird colour classes. The appropriate coloured spots should be affixed to the four cages.
    3. When all the best of colour judging has been completed, the five major awards of the B.S. should be selected in the following order:
    (a) Best Any Age in Show
    (b) Best Any Age Opposite Sex in Show
    (c) Best Young Bird in Show
    (d) Best Young Bird Opposite Sex in Show
    (e) Best Budgerigar in Show.
    The first four awards of the above should, in each case, be selected from a line-up of 25 birds (or fewer if some colour classes are void of entries). The selection of best in show should then be made from the winners of Best Any Age and Best Young Bird.
    4. After the section specials have been judged. Certificates of merit should be awarded to the Best Novice Any Age and Young Bird, the Best Beginner Any Age and Young Bird and the Best Junior Any Age and Young Bird which have not won a Challenge Certificate at the show.
    5. On any occasion where a best opposite sex in show is scheduled, it should be selected from the winners of best Any Age Opposite Sex and Best Young Bird Opposite Sex to the Best in Show.
    6. Where B.S. Associated Specialist Society patronage is awarded (i.e. CBBA, VBC, etc) such awards should be taken from the colour rundown which should be judged from first to last.
    7. Upon completion of judging it will be necessary to ensure that the proposed certificate winners are wearing an official ring purchased from the Budgerigar Society through the General Secretary. If a proposed certificate winner is not wearing such official ring or belongs to a person who is not a member of or who has not nominated B.S. then the next best eligible exhibit in that colour should be considered for the certificate. Once a bird has been given an award of Best in its Colour or a B.S. Challenge Certificate, it cannot thereafter be beaten by a bird of its colour for any other B.S. award.
    8. Positions allocated within a colour line up can not be reversed when judging sections.

     

    CHAMPIONSHIP SHOWS – SILVER & BRONZE COLOUR LABEL CODE
    RED Best of Colour
    ORANGE Best of Colour Any Age
    YELLOW Best of Colour Any Age Opposite Sex
    BLUE Best of Colour Young Bird
    GREEN Best of Colour Young Bird Opposite Sex

     

    JUDGING ORDER
    1. All classes will be judged and the winners placed in the appropriate colour line up under condition 2.
    2. A judge will judge the best of his colour and will note the Best of Colour (label to be marked B.O.C.), the Best Any Age, the Best Any Age Opposite Sex, the Best Young Bird, and the Best Young Bird Opposite Sex. The appropriate coloured spots should be affixed to the four cages. (The red spot being additional to either the orange or blue spots).
    3. When all the best of colour judging has been completed, the five major awards of the B.S. should be selected in the following order:
    (a) Best in Show
    (b) Best Any Age in Show
    (c) Best Any Age Opposite Sex in Show
    (d) Best Young Bird in Show
    (e) Best Young Bird Opposite Sex in Show
    All five of the above awards should be selected from a line-up of 25 birds (or fewer if some colour classes are void of entries).
    4. After the section specials have been judged. Certificates of Merit (Silver Patronage only) should be awarded to the Best Novice Young Bird, the Best Beginner Young Bird and the Best Junior Young Bird which have not won a Challenge Certificate at the show.
    5. On any occasion where a best opposite sex in show is scheduled, it should be selected from the winners of best Any Age Opposite Sex and Best Young Bird Opposite Sex to the Best in Show.
    6. Where B.S. Associated Specialist Society patronage is awarded (i.e. CBBA, VBC, etc) such awards should be taken from the colour rundown which should be judged from first to last.
    7. Upon completion of judging it will be necessary to ensure that the proposed certificate winners are wearing an official ring purchased from the Budgerigar Society through the General Secretary. If a proposed certificate winner is not wearing such official ring or belongs to a person who is not a member of or who has not nominated B.S. then the next best eligible exhibit in that colour should be considered for the certificate. Once a bird has been given an award of Best in its Colour or a B.S. Challenge Certificate, it cannot thereafter be beaten by a bird of its colour for any other B.S. award.
    8. Positions allocated within a colour line up can not be reversed when judging sections.

     

    OTHER PATRONAGE SHOWS
    1. At other patronage shows a judge will judge his Best In Section and note the Best Opposite Sex to the Best In Section. The Best In Show will be selected from the Best In Sections (ten birds including Best Junior Any Age and Best Junior Young Bird or fewer is any sections are void). The Best Opposite Sex will be selected from the highest placed bird of Opposite Sex to the Best in Show from each section (ten birds including Best Junior Opposite Sex Any Age and Best Junior Opposite Sex Young bird or fewer if any sections are void). Best Young Bird will be selected from the Best Young Bird sections 5 (five) birds including Best Junior Young Bird (or fewer in any sections are void).
    2. Where societies use the colour class system at non championship shows, it is recommended that the procedure for championship shows is adopted.

     

    B.S. ORDER OF PRIORITY
    The B.S. Order of Priority is as follows: Crest, Spangle, Dominant Pied, Recessive Pied, Yellow Face, Rare Variety, Clearbody and A.O.C.
    i.e. A Crested Spangle is exhibited in the Crested class.
    A Spangle Dominant Pied is exhibited in the Spangle class.
    A Yellow Face Spangle is exhibited in the Spangle class.

  • Best Practice – Duties of Subsidiary Judges

    GUIDELINES FOR SUBSIDIARY JUDGES

    You will soon be embarking on your Judges Training Scheme and the following Guidelines are here to help you in your preparation for your 9 assessments and eventually the final test.

    It is best to have a Judging Folder to take with you to shows containing the following items:

    1. BS. Colour Standards 2012 with the current and updated Guidelines
    2. BS. 2019 Rule Book with the current updates.
    3. Two or three judging sticks (remember the Bio-security Guidelines).
    4. Pens of different colours (if you wish).
    5. A small magnifying lens (for those rings which are difficult to read).
    6. A notepad (to help you record information that you may need)
    7. Other necessities as you feel needed (small piece of chalk for those rings where the colour infill has disappeared).

    It is important to keep abreast of the Show Rules, Patronage Conditions, Judges’ Panel Conditions (in particular Judges Conditions A4, A5 & A6), Procedure for Judging Patronage Shows, New Guidelines, Standard Show Cage (Team Cage as well),  Classifications and Definitions/Corrections/Types of Patronage and Best Practice. All these are to be found in the 2019 B.S. Rule Book between pages 10 and 21.

    Guidelines – These are frequently updated, so please ensure that you are familiar with the new Guidelines as laid out on pages 75 – 83 of the Colour Standards 2012 booklet and any further changes. All these pages will form part of the test paper to be taken at the end of your three year assessment.

    Directives – Please note that there are only 3 Directives for you to remember (See Colour Standards 2012, page 75):

    Scaly face – birds showing any sign of scaly face must be removed from the show bench by the show management team.

    Long Flight/Long Tail – birds showing these characteristics shall be disqualified (see new B.S. Guidelines).

    Major Faults – birds displaying 2 Major Faults will not be able to win any major award other than a class win.

    Colour Dots – It is best to stick the dots/spots in the centre of the cage label to keep uniformity and to avoid damage to cage paint when removed.

    Challenge Certificates – Please acquaint yourself with all types of B.S. patronage shows and the value of Challenge Certificates, Certificates of Merit, BIS, Best Young Bird, Pair & Team certificates at each show and the qualifications for awarding the certificates. (Rule Book, page 11)

    Cage Labels – Please acquaint yourself with the procedure of what you are allowed to write on the cage label and how to fill in the two boxes at the top right hand corner of the label.

    • Ensure that the Colour & Section run down boxes on the cage label are filled. VERY IMPORTANT.
    • A section judge is not permitted to alter the order of placing the birds of a particular colour.

    (Rule 8, page 13)

    • Please put a “dash” or a “cross” in the class position of the cage labels for birds from 8th onwards. This is done to indicate to exhibitors that you have looked at the exhibits.

    Wrong Classing of Birds – On occasions birds will have to be wrong classed for a number of reasons. It is always advisable to consult with fellow judges before doing so. Please remember that you are allowed to write on the cage label the following:

    • Class position
    • BOC & Colour line up position
    • Section Award & Section line up position
    • W/C & Reason
    • Disqualification/Removal from staging & Reason

    See B.S. Guideline 28, page 78 of the Colour Standards 2012 booklet.

    Pairs & Teams – As from the 2015 show season there will be classes for Pairs (cock and hen in one show cage) and there are CCs (nil point) for the Best Pair & Best Team. However, the same qualification for awarding a CC still applies for the Pair & Team CC as it does for a colour. (see Rule Book 2019, page 11, Patronage Condition 22(viii)(b)). This means that you need to have either 2 exhibitors (not partners) benching correct birds (2 Teams or 2 Pairs)  or 7 entries from one exhibitor (4 pairs or 2 teams to make it over 7 birds). Also the Pairs & Teams need to be of one colour and variety and in the case of the Teams they can be either all of one sex or 50% of each sex. The points allocated for both Pairs & Teams are general colour & variety 50 and uniformity 50.

    Major Awards – Section 30, page 78 of the Colour Standards 2012 booklet explains how major Awards are selected. This is based on at least 50% of the judges being in favour of a selected winning bird but not a simple majority. For example if you have 4 judges at a show with a vote 2:1:1 for a bird then that is 50% of the vote and that bird gets the award. However, if there are 5 judges and the vote is 2:1:1:1 then there is no winner here and a system needs to be devised by the show manager to select a winner.

    Yellowface Varieties – There should be no confusion to where Yellowface/Goldenface varieties should be exhibited as each class is well described within the classification.

    Yellowface/Goldenface Classes: Only the Normal, Opaline, Cinnamon, Opaline Cinnamon & Albino Yellowface/Goldenface to be exhibited in this class.

    Rare Variety Classes: Only the Anthracite, Fallow, Rainbow, Saddleback & Slate (also in the Yellowface/Goldenface form).

    Rainbow: Y/F or G/F Opaline Whitewing Blue Series Including Grey.

    Any Other Colour: Only the Lacewing, Greywing, Yellow, White, A.O.V. Clearwing, Y/F Whitewing Blue Series, Any Non Standardised Variety & Half-Sider (also in the Yellowface/Goldenface form).

    Best Opposite Sex – There seems to be some confusion on how to select the overall Best Opposite Sex in Show if there is such an award at a show. The selection needs to come from two birds only but not necessarily from the best with the yellow dot and green dot. The two birds that need to come forward for such an award are Best Any Age Opposite Sex to the BIS and Best Young Bird Opposite Sex to the BIS. So it is commonsense if, for example, the BIS was a hen then the overall Best Opposite Sex in Show must be a cock so an any age cock needs to be brought forward against a young bird cock for that award. (See Rule Book, P 13, No. 5 for Judging Order)

    Classification – The classification has now been unified and came into operation in 2014 for all types of championship shows. This is with 50 classes in each section and 25 CCs. This should make the task that much easier to follow. Each variety is named in the classification so there should be no room for error in wrong class exhibits if fanciers read the classification carefully.

    Rare Varieties – This is always an area that fanciers in general find difficult; how to recognise the rare varieties. The only way to overcome this problem is to visit as many specialist & rare variety shows as you can. There is now one S&RV show in most area societies. Also do your utmost to visit as many breeders of the specialist & rare varieties as possible and ask them to explain the features and differences of each variety. Study the pictures in the Colour Standards book: all of which will be of help to you in understanding the specialist & rare varieties. I urge you to acquaint yourselves with the rare varieties and study them at the shows. I stress that you should do your best to attend specialist and rare variety shows to assist you in that task.

    Stewarding – Judging is all about having an eye for the bird and knowing judging procedure and both can be achieved at shows. Try to exhibit at as many shows as you can and always book yourself as a steward. Go a step further and have a chat with the show manager well before the show explaining that you are a Subsidiary Judge and that you will appreciate it if he/she can put you as a chief steward so that you can gain firsthand experience on judging procedure and dealing with all show/judges paper work. Be more proactive and ask judges to explain things to you after judging is completed.

    Mentor – It is always best to befriend another fellow judge that you feel comfortable with and look up to him/her as your mentor to assist you with any queries or concerns that you may have during your period of assessments.

    Dress Code – Always be smart/smart casual and wear the B.S. tie and badge with pride when possible. B.S. ties can be obtained from Jason at the B.S. Office.

    Finally, when you have completed your nine assessments you must apply in writing to the BS Office well before the 1st September if you wish to take the Final Test (Judges’ Panel Condition B.8.d., page 12). Good luck and enjoy your assessments this year.

    Trevor Terheege

    Judges’ Training Scheme Co-ordinator

  • BS Judges Panel – updated 6th September 2022

    Judges Annual Return Form For 2022

    Name

    Address

    Address2

    Address3

    County

    Postcode

    Panel

    Telephone

    Email

    LC&NWBS
    Alan Adams2 Crossroads CottageCrosslanes    HenhullNr Reasheath     NantwichCheshireCW5 6AEMain01270 621763
    Gina Adams2 Crossroads CottageCrosslanes    HenhullNr Reasheath     NantwichCheshireCW5 6AEMain01270 621763
    Ian Ainley11 Almond CloseLittleboroughLancashireOL15 8RGMain01706 374310
    Scott Ainley4 Falcon CloseNordenRochdaleLancashireOL12 7RYMain07588 969741
    Geoff Corser2 Farcroft AvenueRadcliffeManchesterM26 2XJMain0161 724 5054
    John Cosby7 Oakwood LaneMostonSandbachCheshireCW11 3PRMain01270 526306budgie750@aol.com
    Dave Cottrell6 Fair Oaks DriveConnahs QuayDeesideFlintshireCH5 4RRMain01244 821650davebudgie@aol.com
    Peter Hutchinson125 Moss LaneMacclesfieldCheshireSK11 7XEMain01625 420269
    John Newall1 Station CottagesStation Cottages,Diggle,Oldham.OL3 5JZMain07841 478272
    Dave Sturzaker164 Cop LanePenworthamPrestonLancashirePR1 9ADMain01772 743157
    Gwyn Williams12 Erw FaenTregarthBangorGwyneddLL57 4ATMain01248 602679mairben@aol.com
    LEABS
    Graham Barton12 Onehouse RoadStowmarketSuffolkIP14 1QNMain07795 571124graham.barton@ukpowernetworks.co.uk
    Richard CarsonOrchard Hose58 Messingham RoadScunthorpeNorth East LincsDN17 2DAMain01724 345674 / 7510797328
    Simon Devaney5 Sibsey CourtGreat CoatesGrimsbyNorth East LincsDN37 9FDMain07711 431211simondevaney@btopenworld.com
    Philip Dye81 Drayton High RoadDraytonNorwichNorfolkNR8 6AJMain01603 860469
    Michael Harvey242 Lowestoft RoadGorleston on SeaGreat YarmouthNorfolkNR31 6JQMain01493 667576
    Philip ReaneyGarland House205 Lincoln RoadBranstonLincolnLN4 1NSMain07970 880990reaney2514@gmail.com
    Kevin Shillings42 Broad RoadOulton BroadLowestoftSuffolkNR32 3PAMain01502 573800
    Chris SnellMulberry HouseMain StreetFulstow, LouthLincolnshireLN11 0XGMain07884 430874lightgreenman@hotmail.com
    Mick Widdowson48 Everingtons LaneSkegnessLincolnshirePE25 1HNMain01754 763193mickwiddowson@aol.com
    L&SCBS
    Janice Al-Nasser“Evenstar”Pinkuah Lane PentlowPentlowEssexCO10 7JWMain01787 282332janice.alnasser8@gmail.com
    Ghalib Al-Nasser“Evenstar”Pinkuah Lane PentlowPentlowEssexCO10 7JWMain01787 282332ghalib.alnasser@gmail.com
    Gavin Carter36 Percival RoadHampden ParkEastbourneEast SussexBN22 9JLMain01323 502252gavin_john_carter47@yahoo.co.uk
    Steve Cox15 Lupin RoadBassettSouthamptonHampshireSO2 3LDMain02380 369749
    Simon GageDamalis, Ludgate LaneLynstedSittingbourneKentME9 0RQMain01795 521860simonsg1@btinternet.com
    Ron Pearce62 Briarwood DriveNorthwoodMiddlesexHA6 1PWMain020 8866 2709ronneypearce@msn.com
    Brian ScottLlandiloOld laneCrowboroughEast SussexTN6 2AFMain01892 662240kscott65@sky.com
    Ian Standley16 Morgan CloseSidleyBexhill-on-SeaEast SussexTN39 5EQMain07738 915125ianstandley53@gmail.com
    Ian Thorogood24 Volwycke AvenueMaldonEssexCM9 6DLMain01621 853405iant2816@gmail.com
    Andy Thorpe38 Harwood RoadGosportHampshirePO13 0TTMain07783708825andythorpe2@ntlworld.com
    Terry Tuxford145 Western WayBasingstokeHampshireRG22 6EXMain07836 723082terry@bestofbreeds.co.uk
    Rick Watts44 Winchester WayWillingdonEast SussexBN22 0JSMain01323 650499rickwatt5@sky.com
    Fred Wright31 Redford AvenueWallingtonSurreySM6 9DTMain0208 401 6979
    MBA
    Martin Bagnall14 Chadwick AvenueRednalBirminghamWest MidlandsB45 8EEMain0121 604 4026
    Wayne BloxhamWalnut Cottage18 Pinfold LaneOakhamRutlandLE15 8NRMain01780 721808bloxhamwayne2@gmail.com
    Richard Bowker39 Abbey RoadAbbey HultonStoke-on-TrentStaffordshireST2 8AXMain01782 534232budgiebowker@gmail.com
    Geoff Bowley9 Birch GroveHattonDerbyDerbyshireDE65 5EGMain01283 814034geoff@ibowley.plus.com
    Michael Chapman36 Woodland RoadRushdenNorthamptonshireNN10 6UTMain07876 407367vmc1budgies@yahoo.com
    Sue Clarke45 Northampton RoadBroughtonKetteringNorthamptonshireNN14 1NRMain01536 791132
    Andrew Edden43 Leyton AvenueSutton-in-AshfieldNottinghamshireNG17 3BDMain07809 645618 andy5budgerigars@hotmail.com
    Tim Gee58 Weston WayWeston TavellNorthamptonNorthamptonshireNN3 3BNMain07801 259952timgee4@gmail.com
    Bruce Greenway98 Loudon AvenueCoundonCoventryWest MidlandsCV6 1JPMain02476 592996mb.greenway98@gmail.com
    Peter Hickton – Collins7 Acton CottagesActon LaneStourport on SevernWorcestershireDY13 9TEMain01905 620293peter.hicktoncollins@gmail.com
    Mike Holland42 Fairbourne AvenueRowley RegisWarleyWest MidlandsB65 9JRMain0121 559 2452
    Steve Holland13 Hillmorton CloseChurch Hill NorthRedditchWorcestershireB98 9LXMain01527 68724
    Malcolm Hough69 Hall StreetChurch GresleySwadlincoteDerbyshireDE11 9QTMain01283 223265malcnbill.hough@gmail.com
    Bill Hough69 Hall StreetChurch GresleySwadlincoteDerbyshireDE11 9QTMain01283 224691
    07943 759847
    Terry Jukes401 Turnhurst RoadPackmoorStoke-on-TrentStaffordshireST7 4QHMain01782 833003
    Linda Jukes401 Turnhurst RoadPackmoorStoke-on-TrentStaffordshireST7 4QHMain01782 833003
    Robbie Keeber19 High StreetEvingtonLeicesterLeicestershireLE5 6FHMain0116 273 6980robkeeber@hotmail.co.uk
    Keith J LeedhamAnglesey House6 Upper Way, Upper LongdonRugeleyStaffordshireWS15 1PZMain01543 490102
    John Lees19 Hoon RoadHattonDerbyshireDE65 5DQMain01283 295242
    John Punchard2 Lime DriveSystonLeicesterLeicestershireLE7 2PWMain0116 260 9182johnpunchard12@gmail.com
    Pete Smith8 The GreenBeeches EstateCirencesterGloucestershireGL7 1AUMain01285 861772
    Gary Sutton8 Bedford AvenueMansfieldNottinghamshireNG18 3ADMain01623 455716gpsutton@btinternet.com
    Brian Taylor1 Beech CloseTowcesterNorthamptonNorthamptonshireNN12 6BLMain07738 516923brian@tovevalley.co.uk
    Trevor R Terheege10 Shenton CloseStoke GoldingNuneatonWarwickshireCV13 6HLMain01455 212953trevor.terheege@sky.com
    Cy Thorne39 Sycamore RoadBirstallLeicesterLeicestershireLE4 4LXMain0116 267 2159spangle305@gmail.com
    Geoffrey Tillson29 Redstart AvenueSpennelsKidderminsterWorcestershireDY10 4JRMain01562 743035gtillson@hotmail.com
    Sam WildesThe Firs50 Rolleston RoadBurton-on-TrentStaffordshireDE13 0JZMain7712418967sam1budgies@hotmail.co.uk
    NBS
    Jim Bowey“Thornlea”, 2 East Ford RoadStakefordChoppingtonNorthumberlandNE62 5TZMain01670 811619bowdanja@talktalk.net
    Dennis CairnsWestways9 Waldridge RoadChester le StreetCounty DurhamDH2 3ABMain0191 3892610denniscairns@yahoo.co.uk
    Ian Clarke11 Paulinus RoadNewton AycliffeCounty DurhamDL5 7AJMain01325 311562ianclarke4881@gmail.com
    David Herring7 Angrove GardensSt Gabriels EstateSunderlandTyne and WearSR4 7TBMain0191 565 1415herring57@btinternet.com
    Richard MillerBurgh HouseBurgh by SandsCarlisleCumbriaCA5 6ANMain07740 782816r.w.miller@hotmail.co.uk
    Norma Phillips12 Honiton WayNew YorkNorth ShieldsTyne and WearNE29 8NFMain0191 296 0840norma.1@blueyonder.co.uk
    Adrian Richards50 Dean RoadFerryhillCounty DurhamDL17 8EPMain01740 651112adrianrichards1960@yahoo.co.uk
    John RogersWillow Tree GrangeDurham LaneHaswellCounty DurhamDH6 2ASMain0191 908 1584johnrogers1234@talktalk.net
    Donald Rowell8 Hawthorn CottagesBlackhillConsettCounty DurhamDH8 8NHMain07761 432349donrowell51@gmail.com
    SBS
    Andy Brown88 Barnton RdDumfriesDumfriesshireDG1 4HNMain01387 263307
    Robert CampbellRosebank CottageBridgehouse CourtKilmarnockAyrshireKA1 5LJMain01563 528583
    Robert Ellis5 Lomand CrescentAlexandriaDunbartonshireG83 0RGMain01389 756915balk5@aol.com
    Grant D FindlayLeylandiiLosset RoadAlythPerthshirePH11 8BTMain07889 071746gdf1v@aol.com
    Tom McCrindle18 Holmhead RoadCumnockAyrshireKA18 1AFMain01290 332102holmsideplumbing@btinternet.com
    James McGeehan1 Tweed Lane,Holytown,Motherwell,LanarkshireML1 4SSMain01698 342243
    Allan MichaelThe CrannachRosehall by LairgSutherlandIV2 4BDMain01472 882720nicholamichael@hotmail.com
    Alan Melvin2 Scott TerraceBelhelvieAberdeenshireAB23 8YTMain01358 742875
    Kirk Morrison1 Mount CrescentDufftownKeithBanffshireAB55 4BGMain01340 820043
    William Peacock10 Moor PlaceAyrAyrshireKA8 9ERMain01292 265703
    David Purdue4 Helenslee RoadLangbankPort GlasgowRenfrewshirePA14 6XJSub07807 783330l_purdue@hotmail.co.uk
    John Spencer3 Regent CourtRegent StreetKeithBanffshireAB55 5EDMain07399 503641johnspencer83@gmail.com
    Robert Staig4 Robertson AveLevenFifeCB23 3PAKY8 4ANMain
    SMBS
    Roger CarrSchool Lane HouseMoretonThameOxfordshireOX9 2HXMain01844 213600rogercarr43@gmail.com
    Beverley Hutt21 Coronation CloseWaterbeachCambridgeCambridgeshireCB5 9NPMain01223 515670beverley.hutt@talktalk.net
    Robert McCabe17 Walterbush RoadChipping NortonOxfordshireOX7 5DNMain01608 643333
    Laura O’Reilly3 Taskers FieldCaxtonCambridgeshireMain07940 237161
    Terry Sadler25 New RoadBleddingtonNr Chipping NortonOxfordshireOX7 6UUMain01608 659356
    Adrian Terheege80 High StreetOakleyBedfordshireMK43 7RHMain07984 430053adrian@ta1-budgerigars.co.uk
    WBS
    Dominic Avo1 Mayfield TerraceGendrosSwanseaWest GlamorganSA5 8ATMain01792 474651dominic.avo1@btinternet.com
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