There are a number of Weimaraner Clubs in the UK, some national, others regional.

Weimaraner Club of Great Britain
Membership costs are £8 for single, £10 for joint membership. Members receive copies of Weimaraner News four times a year. Articles cover a wide range of topics including gundog training, shows, working and field trials reports, ringcraft, health, members letters and diary dates. The Club runs one Championship Show, two Open Shows and a number of field trials each year.  In addition, there  a number of fun days organised by local groups affliated to the Club. Members of the Club organise training classes at a number of venues. The club sells a  wide range of gift items and insignia. The club has a website site www.weimaranerclub of greatbritain.org.uk

For membership details (you do need to be sponsored by a Club member) contact Mr D.W Bennett  (c/o wharton@bunduki.co.uk). The newsletter editor is Suzi Burton who would welcome contributions from members (s.burton@mgn.co.uk)

There is a South East branch of the WCGB. The hard working committee arrange a number of activities for club members including fun days and training days (strongly recommended). Membership of this club is open to all fully paid up members of the WCGB. Enquiries email jameskelly40@aol.com. Any letters, photos,anecdotes, news etc. for inclusion in the SE Branch newsletter can be forwarded to the Editor, James Kelly email jameskelly40@aol.com

WCGB Rescue - the club run a rescue service for weimaraners. The rescue administrators have to find new homes for a number of dogs each year. Not all rescue dogs are 'problem dogs'. Often a new home is required because of a marriage breakup,  a change in personal circumstances or a breavement.  There is a particular difficulty in finding homes for the 'golden oldies'. If you feel you could offer a home for an older dog, or are looking for a younger dog, please contact the rescue organisers (Margarita Booker email wharton@bunduki.co.uk )

The Weimaraner Association
The second largest  weimaraner club  in the UK is the Weimaraner Association. This was set up by a small group of Weimaraner enthusiates in 1988. Members receive copies of 'grey matters' - the associations quaterly newsletter. This keep its members in touch with  events, current views and opinions. Website www.weimaraner-association.org.uk

contact memsec@weimaraner-association.org.uk

 

The North of England Weimaraner Society (NEWS)

    The North of England Weimaraner Society was founded in 1992 and is dedicated to the Weimaraner as a pet, show dog or working dog. The society welcomes members from anywhere in the U.K and overseas. Application forms are available either from The Membership Secretary or The Secretary .

    All applicants must be sponsored by a fully paid up member of NEWS. All forms should be returned to Charles Rayner as indicated on the form accompanied by the appropriate fee.

    Single £5 Joint £8 overseas £15 Junior £1

    For more details please visit their web site at http://www.starsett.supanet.com/NEWS/

    The Weimaraner Club of Scotland

    The Weimaraner Club of Scotland has a web site with lots of information re events, shows, litters, club news etc.

    www.weimaraner-scotland.com