THE NORTH OF ENGLAND WEIMARANER SOCIETY (N.E.W.S.)
Judges List Information
The Society compiles a judging list each year in line with
The Kennel Club mandatory requirements. Judging lists are
available from the Secretary for use by canine Societies when
selecting judges. Applications for inclusion in the judging
list must be made on the Society’s formal application only.
The annual close off date for such applications is 31st
March each year however, we will review applications as
and when we receive them and alter the online judges list
accordingly throughout the year. .
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): Please
note that successful applicants' names and contact details
will be put on the NEWS website and sent to show societies
for their use but will not be used for any other purpose.
Should you wish any details not to be published, please contact
Please read the NEWS GDPR Policy HERE
The online Judges List is continually updated throughout
the year. Last update 16th April 2019
Roll of Honour
Mrs M Brennan (Amtrak)
Mr A Burgoin (Ragstone)
Mr A Fairlie (Tasairgid)
Mr R M W Finch (Hansom)
Mrs M E Holmes (Emmaclan)
Mrs M Layton (Midlander)
Mr N Newton (Nevedith)
Mr C E Rayner (Raystans)
Mrs G Smith (Pondridge)
Mr J Taylor (Hepton)
Judges Competency Framework
Competency Framework in detail
detailed guide to being a Dog Show Judge
to being a Dog Show Judge through to Challenge Certificate
(Level 1 - 4)
to being a Dog Show through to All-Breed Judge ( Level 5 -
Completed questionnaires can ONLY be accepted on the official
form & must be returned by March 31 each year and remember
to include a copy of your certificates. However, the
judges lists will be updated as & when necessary.
If you wish to know the outcome of your application you
MUST include a Self Addressed Envelope or a valid email address.
Please see above statement regarding GDPR
Applying to be included on the North of England
Weimaraner Society Judges List means you agree not to place,
at any show, a blue dog purporting to be a Weimaraner.
The Weimaraner Breed Standard is very clear "The only correct
colour is grey. Silver grey preferable. Shades of mouse
or roe grey are acceptable; blending to lighter shade on head
and ears. Dark eel stripe frequently occurs along back. Whole
coat gives an appearance of metallic sheen. Small white mark
permissible on chest. White spots resulting from injuries
not penalised. Any other colour including blue highly undesirable."
Any other coat colour is registered as 'Colour
not recognised by The Kennel Club' and should be considered
a serious fault.
Any judge on the NEWS Judges List who is found to have
placed a blue dog will be removed from the List with immediate
A correct Silver Grey Weimaraner colour
A blue "Weimaraner" - Copyright
Breed Show Judges Training
of Best Practice for Judges & Stewards
Club Code of Conduct
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