The South Western Rottweiler Association (SWRA) – Home

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The South Western Rottweiler Association (SWRA) is a Club dedicated to showing, living with and loving Rotties. Securing their health and happiness as well as their procurement and prodigy is our aim.

We hold two shows a year – a Championship Show in October and an Open Show in April with Limited Obedience. Everyone is welcome to come along, both members and non-members, existing Rottie owners and potential Rottie owners.

We also provide our members with a Year Book – designed by you, for you. It’s packed with interesting articles and is your chance to show off your gorgeous boy or girl!

Please have a look at all the pages in this website and at our Face Book page.  If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact someone on the Committee.

OFFICERS and the COMMITTEE

Patron

Mr Ian Holloway

President

Meg Purnell-Carpenter

Vice Presidents

Mr S Wilberg, Mrs K Wilberg, Mr M Smith

Hon. Life Members

Mr J Hubble                                 Mrs S Hubble                     Mrs J Moran-Potter

Chairman

 Victoria Clapp

Email: rockstarotts@yahoo.co.uk

Vice Chair 

Nicola Longden

thunderheadrotts@aol.com

Honorary Secretary

Gemma Grice

Email: secretaryswra@gmail.com

33 Edith Street

St Budeaux

PLYMOUTH PL5 1QJ

01822 617960

Show Secretary

Jai Vick

01647 24366

jaivick45@gmail.com

Treasurer, Membership Secretary & Year Book Editor

Nicola Marker

nikki@hansfordbell.co.uk

Committee Members

Lisa Crane                   Tanya Freeze

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Committee of The South Western Rottweiler Association sincerely thanks members and supporters of our breed who have kindly allowed us to use their photographs.  However, we regret we are unable to acknowledge each individual photograph.

We also thank The Rottweiler Club for allowing us use a lot of their material. The Rottweiler Club is the oldest Rottweiler Club in the Country and they have been extremely helpful during our website re-design process. It is very difficult to “re-invent the wheel” when the wheel is already really good!