Monthly Archives: November 2014

Lilac love

Had a visit to Sally May’s stud today to collect this lovely Lilac doe “Lilac LaToya of Bourne”. Having a Lilac doe at last after all my Lilac bucks is certainly going to help me with the future of this … Continue reading

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Can you see what it is yet?

Ok my first attempt at crochet!  and Amigurumi (look it up!). I didn’t have much yarn from my last spin so it had to be something small. Errr it’s not finished yet ok ;).  

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Surprise !

Surprise is the little Chocolate doe that went to the London show.  She is from the Doors x Nolly Litter earlier in the Summer.  She has been very slow to mature, enjoying an early moult and losing her fringe just before … Continue reading

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Truly

Don’s Truly Scrumptious, a white doe from the Casper x Ellie litter. Sadly her Brother Dario has given himself a haircut so Truly is my only White baby in coat still.  

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Trudy !

Casper’s amazing Daughter, Don’s too Good to be True. So named as getting a Sooty from this mating was totally unexpected and wow what a Sooty ! I love her… Thank you Candy for my super stud boy Casper xxx … Continue reading

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Peggy Grant Dalton

Sadly we lost our National Angora Club President, Peggy Grant Dalton who died last weekend. Peggy was a stalwart supporter of the club and the breed doing much to help with newsletters and selling fibre for club funds. She showed … Continue reading

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From Russia with Angora…

Had a nice email from Russia from Sergey who has just started out with a German bred Gold Angora. Greetings to you Sergey 🙂 One of the nice things about my site is that I receive mail from all over … Continue reading

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Quick update 11/11/2014

Haven’t updated for a while.  Cant believe how fast time flies ! Thanks to Lesley Hordon for the photo 🙂 The word on the street is that we have got the Lilac Angora passed by the Breed Standards Committee.  We … Continue reading

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