It is with great sadness that the agility world learnt that John Gilbert died yesterday more.
Created By: Roger Wilkin - Tue 14th Nov 2017 @ 12:26 | Last Edited: Tue 14th Nov 2017 @ 13:18

It is with great sadness that the agility world learnt that John Gilbert died yesterday.

John was a major player in steering the growth of agility in this country from the 1970's.  He became an active member in the formation of The Agility Club in 1983 and held the position of editor of The Voice for many years.  He also held a position on the Kennel Club Liaison Committee for many years.

John's wisdom and advice was always given freely to all who had the pleasure of meeting and talking to him and the shape of agility today owes much to the work that he did.

He will be greatly missed and our thoughts go out to his family.

Rest in Peace John


Roger Wilkin

Treasurer, The Agility Club





The Agility Club Amatuer Photographer of the Year Competition

If you are an Agility Club member you too could take part in out Amatuer Photographer of the Year competition!

Send us your digital pictures and we will print them each month in The Agility Voice and sometimes we may even use them on the front cover!

IMPORTANT: Please only send us high-resolution pictures, images from mobile phones unfortunately are not of a high enough quality for us to be able to print in The Agility Voice. Ensure the quality setting on your camera is set to 'best' and click away!

To enter the competition simply email your photograph(s) to Marie Douglas, our Editor, with a short caption for each one. The only rule for the competition is that you must be an amatuer photogrpaher. Action shots, puppies (our editor loves puppy shots), children, agility competitors, landscapes or portraits - anything as long as they're agility related. The winners are decided at our annual AGM in November by the attendees.

Below are the 2012 winners entries - do you think you could do better?

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