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Ferret clubs

Hants and Berks Ferret Club (North Hampshire, Berkshire)

Are a group of ferret enthusiasts based in the North Hampshire/Berkshire area. Their main aim as a club is to promote the welfare of working, domestic and rescued ferrets. During the Summer months they attend public events such as fetes, fairs, country shows and displays in the the Hants/Berks area.

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Crawley Ferret Club (Crawley, Surrey)

Local group for ferret owners in Crawley.

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North Bucks Ferret Club (Buckinghamshire)

The club started in 1988 & has over 60 members of all ages. North Bucks Ferret Club believes it is important to encourage younger members and teach them how to handle & care for ferrets. They organise various activities throughout the year to promote ferrets through public relations at various events.

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Wessex Ferret Club (Dorset, Southern England)

The Wessex Ferret Club was formed in May 1983 and now has over 260 members spread across Southern England. Originally the club members were mainly people who used their ferrets for rabbit control but now the pet and house kept ferret holds sway.

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Kent Ferret Club (Kent, South East England)

Are a small non profit making organisation dedicated to providing positive PR for ferrets through events, shows and the provision of comprehensive knowledge and experience throughout Kent and the South East of England.

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GEM Ferret Care Group (Sussex, Surrey and Kent)

Sussex Ferret Group with members in Sussex, Surrey and Kent.

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Norfolk & Suffolk Ferret Club

The club was set up December of 2011 and went public in January 2012 after a small group of ferret enthusiasts decided it was time Norfolk and Suffolk had there own ferret club for those who want to be a part of the fun ferrets can bring.

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Slimbridge Open Ferret Show (Gloucestershire)

Not a club but shows held at least twice a year for like minded ferret owners.

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MK Frenzy Ferrets (Milton Keynes)

The club welcomes members of any age group to join in talks and laughs with are ferret friends on their facebook page. They will be having meetings at loughton sports & social. Unfortunatelly ferrets will not be allowed in the club but at the meeting dates will be set for events with you and your ferret :)

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Northamptonshire Ferret Club (Milton Keynes)

Freindly Group for ferret lovers & owner's to share information & support each other & raise awareness of ferret's.

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Rutland Ferret Club (Rutland County and surrounding areas)

Are a club for people interested in ferrets, all aspects of good ferret care and welfare. We are based in Rutland county and the surrounding area.

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Ashfield Ferret Club (Nottingham and Ilkeston)

The club has over 40 members as well as associated members from all over the Midlands. All types of people from young to old come to the Club Shows & meetings. New members are always welcome. The club holds shows throughout the year, & have a Show Night / Meeting each month. All of the Shows & Meetings are open to anybody Members & Non Members.

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Derbyshire Ferret Club

For Ferret owners in and around Derbyshire. Keep up-to date with all shows and competitions, A place to show off your ferret and get advice and support. First time ferret owners welcome

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Ferrets in Need (Manchester)

The club try to help by attending fairs and shows to raise money so that they can provide assistance with vet bills and provide essentials like food, housing and bedding to lost or abandoned ferrets. They also hold a social evening on the last Wednesday of every month.

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The Welsh Ferret Club

The club was formed to try too enable people from all across wales to meet up with their beloved fuzz-buts and socialize/have some fun including meetings and a ferret show for Wales.

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The Scottish Ferret Club

The Scottish Ferret Club was set up in 1998 in order to encourage the responsible ownership of both pet and working ferrets The aim of this site is to promote ferrets as pets and working animals in Scotland.

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