Cotswold Pheasant and Poultry Club


Due to the current situation with the Covid-19 pandemic, your committee have decided to postpone the Annual General Meeting planned for Wednesday 14 October until conditions allow it to take place. We will give you sufficient notice of the revised date. Click here for full details.


The following information was forwarded to us by the Poultry Club of Great Britain on 30/1/21

Restrictions on Movement of birds between Ireland and mainland UK

On the 31st December 2020, the Brexit transition period came to an end. As a result a border down the Irish Sea came into effect and with-it customs and movement changes between the mainland UK, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
This policy has had a particularly harsh impact upon our own fancy. The new rules mean that birds entering the UK to be exhibited or sold will be subject to:
• Blood tests for salmonella
• A full EU Heath Check
• Any birds returning to the Republic of Ireland or to Northern Ireland would need to spend 21 days in the host country before returning home.

All poultry fanciers are being requested by the PCGB to sign the petition requesting the Government look into this.

Click HERE to read the full details and for link to the petition


Housing Order

As of Monday 14th December all poultry must be under cover, not in open topped runs.


The CPPC committee have decided that in view of the current Coronavirus outbreak, we are cancelling a number of meetings in the coming months. This includes the Annual Egg Show.
We are very sorry that we have taken this action but we believe it is in the interest of all our members to do so.
We will continue to monitor the situation, and will keep you updated as and when the situation changes.
Please refer back to this website for any updates.

Our Club's Aims

We are a group of fanciers involved in the breeding, exhibiting and presentation of Poultry, Ducks, Turkeys and Pheasants.
The club has been in existence for over 30 years and is a friendly social club which meets once a month on an informal basis.
We host a variety of visiting speakers, have an annual outing, a popular BBQ, and a fun skittles match & quiz night, which all take place throughout the year and then there is the members club show which is held in March.
The main aim of the club is to promote the pure breeds of Poultry and Pheasants, to educate the general public and to meet in a social environment.
During the summer months we attend many local country shows with our exhibition tent displaying the many different breeds belonging to our members. This is where we meet and talk to the general public doing our best to answer any poultry related questions they may have.

Upcoming Events / Newsflash

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Other Details About The Club

All are welcome to attend our meetings, there is no charge as a raffle covers the cost of the venue. tea and coffee is provided at the end of each meeting when we take the opportunity to socialise.
We also encourage new members to enter birds and provide help at our exhibitions as well as our club shows. ( We do have one rule that is you must attended at least 3 meetings throughout the year to qualify for entry in our Members Club Show).

If you would like any information about the club, our meetings, the shows and exhibitions, or have enquiries regarding the purchase of birds please feel free to email us and we will do our best to help you in any way we can.

Membership Fees.

12 months Subscription (November - October)
Subscription Renewal Due at A.G.M
Adult Fees : £8.00
Junior Fees : £2.00
Subscription includes the quarterly edition of the clubs newsletter "The Cotswold Quill".