28 October 2014

The Autumn 2014 Newsletter is out!



The Autumn 2014 Newsletter is out!
All 'Friends' should have a one by now, whether as a printed copy by post or PDF by email, but if you have inadvertently been missed, or are having problems receiving attachments, then please do get in touch and we will rectify this immediately.
It includes the usual price list of much of the available merchandise. For the full range please contact Llyn Chapman - contact details within the price list - who will be delighted to help with your present shopping or general purchases. There are some new and old Christmas cards and a 2015 Calendar, if you hurry!
Please let us know if an interactive form would be of use to you and we can send one to you by email.
The pages are a little down on last time, so please get your 'pen and paper' out and send in some letters / articles for inclusion in the next one, and remember those photos!
If you would like to advertise accommodation you have available, please do get in touch and that can be included in the next newsletter also.
Much good cheer to all...

11 August 2014

Miss Fish - rehomed


Miss Fish belonged to our very first, and now late, Treasurer, Joy Fisher, who died recently at the age of 93. This little black bitch is 15 years old and was taken in by JR Whippet Rescue after Joy's death a few months ago. Her new owner, Sue Tyler, lives in Berkshire and has taken several of the Rescue's really old whippets. She is the daughter of the Griffiths who were co-owners of the well known Chancerick Whippets. She says, 'This was JR Whippet Rescue at its very best. With only a couple of days' notice, intrepid Trustee, Sue Shakespeare, and her husband Kevin, set off from Essex to Kent. When they arrived at their destination, the road was closed and they had to pick their way through debris and dug up drains to reach the house, then walk the three back to the car again. They then drove to Berkshire where Sue Tyler met them with Lilah Wainman, who has since rehomed the other two whippets, a mother and daughter, together.'
Sue's other whippet, Mr Fox, at 14 years old, also a Rescue, has introduced Miss Fish to her new life. She only has one eye, but has adapted very well, is very happy and very feisty. She bullies poor Mr Fox who has been with Sue for nearly two years now, but he doesn't seem to mind.
We are very grateful to Sue for taking her.