Secretary Mr Charles. Wooley
2 Belverdere Drive, Wrexham, Clwyd. LL11 2BG
The Canary Council is a subsidairy of the National Council of Aviculture
(NCA),and comprises of representatives of several distinct varieties of
Canaries, most of which originated in this country, and are bred for exhibition.
The aims of the Council are:-
OFFICERS & DELEGATES
PRESIDENT: J. SCOTT
CHAIRMAN: P JACOBS VICE-CHAIRMAN: D.N. COTTRELL
SECRETARY/ TREASURER C.R. WOOLEY
- To encourage the keeping and exhibiting/contests of all varieties of
canaries throughout the British Isles and Ireland.
- To safeguard the interests of all canary breeders and exhibitors through
- To make representation to governing bodies through the NCA, on any
matter appertaining to the Canary Fancy.
- To send representatives to the Executive Council of the N.C.A. in such
numbers as may be determined by the N.C.A.(this at present being four).
- To act as a debating society for the Canary Fancy and to advise the
N.C.A. Executive of all matters relating to the Canary Council.
- Border Fancy - F.D. Norton, D Harrison
- Coloured Canaries - C.R. Wooley, V. Cole
- Fife Fancy - P.E. Jacobs, G.E. Jacobs
- Gloster Fancy - K. Lowe
- Irish Fancy - M.J. O'Connor, A. Eustace
- Lizards - J. Scott, S. Install
- Norwich - F. Ferry, B. Walkley
- New Varieties - S. Berrill
- Yorkshire - D. Glasby, S.G. Goacher
- Old Varieties and New Varieties. - D.N. Cotterell, B.A. Hogg
Each section is encouraged to nominate their delegates for a minimum
of three years.
The Canary Council normally meets at least twice a year, but may meet
as necessity demands.
The day to day business of the Council is looked after by the secretary,
Charles.R.Woolley, assisted by the chairman Mr Percy Jacobs