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Welcome to NWESSR
Registered Charity No. 1076924

NWESSR are seeking loving homes for some very special Springers. If you have experience of Springers or a similar breed and you feel that you could adopt and care for one of our dogs or wish to learn more about NWESSR then please read on.

Pop by the stall selling the NWESSR calendar & cards...

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The calendar and cards distributor David and Selina have a stall selling NWESSR calendars and cards. They will also have information regarding NWESSR, for adopting etc

Venue: Crick Village Christmas Market, The Crick Primary School, Main Road, Crick NN6 7TU

Date: Friday 20th November 2015, 6pm – 8pm

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 October 2015 21:24

Jo's cakes.. yet another FANTASTIC result..

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Jo Maddock and Paul sold cakes from the foyer of Jollyes superstore in Doncaster, raising a much needed £190.

Jo makes all the cakes, which are fabulous, and of course there are never any left over.

Jo was supplied with a few more props this time, an advertising banner, leaflets, newsletters, all helping to get the NWESSR message across.

Thank you to Jo and Paul for a great effort. And many thanks to the management and staff at Jollyes for providing the facility.

If you live in or are visiting the Doncaster area, call in at Jollyes, where the staff will be only too happy to help you with your pet requirements.


Spring Auction raises an astonishing £1917.22

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What an amazing result. The on-line Facebook auction appears to go from strength to strength. Organising an auction like this might be a daunting prospect for most, but not dynamic NWESSR webmaster, Vicki Cutler.

In-between each live auction, she can be found appealing to companies and individuals to donate items to sell. Anyone on the receiving end of her pitch would find it hard to say no; the results certainly show, with some fantastic items to bid on. Then she uploads all the items onto the auction page and keeps an eye on bids as they come in. After the auction ends the work, of course, does not stop there - its then time for Vicki to disappear under a sea of bubble wrap and boxes, as she packages all the items to post to the winning bidders.

Thank you to all the people who donate items to sell, to all those people who buy the goods, and of course, our huge thanks to Vicki, for the sterling effort she puts in to get such an excellent result. Thanks also to one of our supporters who wanted to remain anonymous but who sent a cheque to round our auction funds up to £2000.00.

Wendy Taylor
NWESSR Chairwoman

Last Updated on Monday, 03 August 2015 08:10

Calendar 2016 & Charity Christmas Cards - READY NOW

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NWESSR Calendar 2016 & Charity Christmas Cards -  READY NOW

Spring into every month of the year, with our super 2016 calendar, featuring a different dog each month.

Our festive card packs have 1 each of six designs, each featuring a different dog.

Both calendar and cards feature all the winners of our NWESSR calendar photo competition.

Each calendar cost £9.50 (inc P&P)

Each pack of 6 cards cost £4.50 (inc P&P)

(Click here to view the gallery http://www.englishspringerrescue.org.uk/index.php?option=com_ice&Itemid=113&catid=55#IceGallery)


Either complete the order form and post it to us, along with a cheque or postal order

(Click here for the order form 2016 Calendar & 2015 Cards ORDER FORM)


If you have a PAYPAL account “send a payment” to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Please remember to state how many card packs/calendars you  are ordering when making the payment (please add this in the ‘notes’ box).

Many thanks to all of you who entered photos of your dogs into the competition.  Our judge Kevin Osbourne of www.kevinosbourne.co.uk had a huge task on his hands, to select the number required, from such splendid entries. Our thanks go to Kevin for his help towards producing this years calendar and cards.

Last Updated on Friday, 02 October 2015 19:38

Morecambe Bay Walk 2015

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The train from Kents Bank posed a challenge - only half of it turned up due to a mechanical failure.

As the train pulled away it resembled a train usually seen in rural India, with too many people on it. Those of us left on the station quickly mobilised and piled into cars to reach Arnside.

We were grateful for the warm and sunny afternoon and NWESSR people and dogs were joined by walkers from two other organisations, there must have been around 500 people. Strangely enough a lot of those walkers also had springers - the opportunity was not missed to hand out leaflets. All the dogs on the walk should be praised for their impeccable behaviour.

The River Kent was mid-thigh high and lovely and warm. Cedric Robinson lined us all up, and we plunged in together. My dog Monty relished the swim as usual.

Thank you to all the walkers who joined us and helped us to raise £240. This figure will rise as there is still some sponsorship money outstanding.

Once again our thanks go to Cedric Robinson for guiding us safely across the Bay and to Eric Taylor for organising the walk on behalf of NWESSR.

Finally, it was lovely to see Alfie, who was originally called Paddy. Alfie was rescued from a dreadful cellar along with a number of other springers. What a difference for him, walking in such a glorious setting, with owners who love him.

Click here to see photos.

Last Updated on Friday, 31 July 2015 20:40
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This disease can be fatal and prevention is the best way.