The Kennel Club wishes to announce that the regulations regarding event licences across all disciplines are to be changed.
With immediate effect from 1 July 2019, event licence applications, whether for a show, trial or other competition, will cease to refer to ‘guarantors’.
Instead, whenever a licence fee is paid for an event, the individual making the application on behalf of the club or society will agree that the officers and committee in place at the time of the event will assume full responsibility for ensuring that it will be conducted safely and in accordance with Kennel Club regulations.
Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary, said: “This change in regulations has come about due to the Kennel Club’s implementation of the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database which will provide facilities for licence applications to be made online and which will remove any necessity for signatures to be provided.
The principle of the licensing process will remain unchanged, but the term ‘guarantor’ will no longer be used.”
The relevant regulation changes across all disciplines will be published in due course.
Any enquiries regarding this matter can be directed to email email@example.com.
28 June 2019