The North of England Dalmatian Club is the oldest Dalmatian club in the world. It was founded in 1903 at the Great Harwood show, near Blackburn in Lancashire, by a group of twenty Dalmatian fanciers.
The Club committee work hard behind the scenes to ensure that publications such as the Carriage Dog Chronicle, Annual Handbooks, this website and that all club events can progress without concern to our members. Find out more about your current committee and the various jobs and roles they perform on your behalf, although each person has defined roles and tasks we all work as a team to ensure that all of the hard work goes on behind the scenes ensuring that there is little or no impact upon the members.
Have you ever thought about joining the NoEDC Committee? New members are always welcome. To become a member of our committee you need to have been a fully paid up member of the club for 3 years. If you are interested please speak to a committee member.
In Loving Memory
“The Web Site is funded by a bequest to the Club in the Will of the Late Miss I B Clay of Tantivvey Dalmatians to whose memory the site is dedicated.”-NoEDC.com, Webmaster