The East Anglian Cocker Spaniel Society was founded in 1965 by a group of twenty five Cocker Spaniel enthusiasts. One founder member, Mrs Olive Norfolk, is now our patron. Their reasons given to the Kennel Club for the formation of the society was to encourage the breeding and showing of the Cocker Spaniel in the Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk borders. Click HERE to view a PDF file of the original, historical application to register the title of the Society
Our Aim today is to promote and protect the future of our lovable, loyal breed; to promote the breeding of healthy dogs free from hereditary disease; to encourage and help newcomers to the world of dog showing.
Our committee has a wealth of knowledge and years of experience on every aspect of the Cocker Spaniel.
We are here to help and advise on breeding, whelping, trimming and showing, finding the right stud dog and also the availability of puppies from reputable breeders.
The Society holds two shows annually. Due to the Kennel Club rotational system, we hold a Championship show and an open show every other year alternating with two open shows where we welcome all exhibitors old and new.
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
L-R: Eve Milburn, Treasurer, Linda Crowley, Secretary, Gary Bevis, Chairman, John Webb (Alison's partner).
We were so pleased to be able to present a cheque for £2,300 to Macmillan Cancer Support in memory of
our much missed committee member Alison Stapley who sadly passed away in May 2015. A huge THANK YOU to those breed clubs and individuals who gave so generously to make this possible.