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Book 1-1s, Classes and Training Days

1-1s... Scroll down to book your 1-1

Training Days at our Venue  
28th April with Lucy O'Neill - Young Dogs, 3,4 Handling, 5-7 Handling 
​29th April with Kim Loaring - Young Dogs, 3-5 Handling
22nd May with Bonny Quick - Gr 3 Handling, 4,5 Handling, 6,7 Handling 
12th June with Bonny Quick - Gr 3 Handling, 4,5 Handling, 6,7 Handling


Training Days elsewhere, with Bonny Quick
Fri 11th May - Essex - Emma Jane
​Mon 14th May - Southampton - Chris O'Leary 
Thu 17th May - Bristol - Active Agility
Thu 24th May - Gillingham - Gill James
​Thu 31st May - North Wales - Ann Harmes 
​Wed 6th June - Devon - Kathryn Stickney
Fri 15th June - Bristol - Active Agility
Wed 20th June - South Wales - Phoenix Agility

​Mon 2nd-Thu 5th July - Weston-Super-Mare - Unite Camp
​Tue 10th July - Bridestowe - Jenny Thirtle 
​Wed 18th July - Gillingham - Gill James
​Fri 20th July - Cheltenham - Ros Etheridge GAiT 
​Mon 3rd-Thu 6th Sep - Weston-Super-Mare - Unite Camp
​Thu 20th Sep - Gillingham - Gill James
Sun 23rd Sep - Worcester - Tanya Harper
​Sun 30th Sep - Dartmoor - Canine Capers
Sat 20th Oct - South Wales - Phoenix Agility
​Sat 27th Oct - Devon - LEADS
Sun 4th Nov - Dartmoor - Jenny Thirtle 
​Sun 18th Nov - London - Kathrin Tasker

5th June 2019 - Devon - Kathryn Stickney
Contact the Organisers to book 

​Saturdays - Champ Class (Grades 6,7)
​Saturdays - Early Competition Class
​Saturdays - Beginners  


1-1 Private Lessons
It's easy peasy to book a 1-1 with Kim. Just browse through the following dates and then complete the booking form below...

​Thu 26 Apr 5.30-6.30
Sun 29 Apr 12-1

Sat 5 May 8.30-9.30, 12-1, 1-2
​Thu 17 May 5.30-6.30
​Sat 19 May 10-11, 12-1, 1-2
Sat 26 May 12-1, 1-2
​Thu 31 May 5.30-6.30


Book 1-to-1s with Kim

Kim says: "I own two border collies, Buzz & Lyla, and have been training and competing in dog agility for 7 years... 



...My dogs currently compete in Grade 6 and Grade 7 at Kennel Club and Senior and Champ at UKA.

I have 4 years of experience as an agility instructor and have worked with a large variety of partnerships and breeds, as well as with all levels of experience and ability. 

For me, it is important for an instructor to understand that every dog and handler partnership is individual, and that there isn’t a ‘one way fits all’ approach to this sport.

I aim to be open minded, flexible and innovative in my approach. Above all else, I try to make sure that time spent training your dog is fun, rewarding for both you and your dog, and puts a smile on your face."