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Copied this post of pigeonland. As maybe the owners are on here.

 

The following GB, SU and NWHU birds are also being cared for :-

NWHU10N 2763 GB07H 41320 GB08N 72353 GB08S 23423 GB10A 28273 GB11C 45806 GB11Z 29247 GB11Z 62372 GB11A 22718 GB11A 48079 GB11B 15729 GB12Z 44674 GB12S 93441 SU11CA 2888

SU10ML 3848 SU11F 716 SU08AV 1227

 

 

The UNC stray centre at Greatham, Hartlepool have taken these strays in with alot of our NEHU pigeons. If any are your you can contact Peter Howe on 07833 915045.

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GB07H 41320

41001– 41450 NE23 HULL NEW TRINITY F C

Mr P Coulson, 79 Troutsdale Grove, Southcoats Lane,

Hull, East Yorkshire HU9 3SE. Tel: 01482 783420

 

GB08N 72353 NATIONAL F C

Please report to RPRA. Tel: 01452 713529

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GB08S 23423

23001– 24200 WE297 SOUTHPORT D H S

Mr J S Hampson, 37 Ralph Wifes Lane, Banks,

Nr Southport, Lancs PR9 8ER. Tel: 01704 212607

 

GB10A 28273

28001 – 28500 EM2 ALFORD N R R P C

Mrs P Dennis, 1 Kennedy Avenue, Alford, Lincs, LN13 9HL.

Tel: 01507 462504

 

GB11Z 29247 GB11Z 62372

1 – 99999 NE333 MIDLANDS NATIONAL F C

Please report to R.P.R.A, Reddings House, The Reddings,

Nr Cheltenham GL51 6RN. Tel: 01452 713529

 

GB11A 22718

22701 – 23000 DY140 TIBSHELF F C

Mr B Bennett, 222 Alfreton Road, Blackwell, Derbyshire

DE55 5JH. Tel: 01773 812097

 

GB11A 48079

48001 – 50000 NE333 MIDLANDS NATIONAL F C

Please report to R.P.R.A, Reddings House, The Reddings,

Nr Cheltenham GL51 6RN. Tel: 01452 71352

 

GB11B 15729

15401 – 16000 CA35 KEEKLE H S

Mr John Osborne, 11 Homewood Road, Hensingham, Whitehaven,

Cumbria CA28 8JJ. Tel: 01946 62309

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GB12Z 44674

1 – 99999 NE333 MIDLANDS NATIONAL F C

Please Report to R. P. R. A., Reddings House, The Reddings, Nr

Cheltenham GL51 6RN. Tel: 01452 713529

 

GB12S 93441

93401 – 93600 DY199 SWALLOWNEST INVITATION F C

Mr Barry Storey, 16 Springwood Avenue, Aughton, Sheffield,

South Yorkshire S26 3XN. Tel: 0114 2878214

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They might get reported to the individual unions - but there is no way the UNC will phone individual clubs - with all those strays it would be a full time job (and Peter Howe is part time - but currently ill following an operation)

 

Can you imagine IF you went to all that trouble - and all you got met with is - can you get it closer to home/I'm out of work/do you want to keep it/I'm a pensioner/I can't afford to send for it/and other unmentionable things.........

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After they get reported to union they might get same response from the fanciers any how , surely a Scottish fancier maybe passing through could collect there strays and the south birds could be taken on wagons going south and be liberated nearer to home without the need to contact anyone , but fanciers should do the decent thing and collect there birds :) I will be collecting Nehu and Scottish birds from fanciers around Scarborough and get them closer to home next Saturday :)

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I am passing through Hartlepool and will gladly collect the south strays , if possible to collect them Saturday ( address and phone number of stray center required ) I could even take the Scottish birds to Sunderland and liberate them .

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heard from a very good source that the carlisle fanciers had collected a lot of su strays a week or so ago but the lanarkshire transporter refused to take them north

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I am passing through Hartlepool and will gladly collect the south strays , if possible to collect them Saturday ( address and phone number of stray center required ) I could even take the Scottish birds to Sunderland and liberate them .

UPNORTH COMBINE STRAY CENTRE SAPPERS CORNERS GARAGE GREATHAM HARTLEPOOL TS25 2EJ TEL 01429 870263

JUST OFF A689 HEADING INTO HARTLEPOOL FROM A19

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heard from a very good source that the carlisle fanciers had collected a lot of su strays a week or so ago but the lanarkshire transporter refused to take them north

 

No wonder the sport is sadly coming to an end , when the pigeon fanciers refuse to put strays on board the transporters , to take them closer to home after these bad liberation decisions no fault of the pigeons some i suppose flew to a stand still cant get away next day flown out ? There is a union that can make a rule that strays must be collected SORTED ?

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Collected a few strays up to go up north :)

 

well done old yellow with soo many lost this year around the country people like you are a great help.

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A lot of A rings am wondering if these are altoft birds from Normanton fed , anyway will be making a list and reporting them and owners can choose wether to send for them or they'll be taken down country and liberated . Shall be visiting at least once a month to collect and repatriate stays and also bring Nehu birds up . The stray centre was well managed and was a pleasure trying to help others , besides I drive past here all the time when visiting up north ;)

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heard from a very good source that the carlisle fanciers had collected a lot of su strays a week or so ago but the lanarkshire transporter refused to take them north

get this sorted out feds hear of this too often cant put on transporter a load of p--- thats transporter guys making this rule get it fixed

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A lot of A rings am wondering if these are altoft birds from Normanton fed , anyway will be making a list and reporting them and owners can choose wether to send for them or they'll be taken down country and liberated . Shall be visiting at least once a month to collect and repatriate stays and also bring Nehu birds up . The stray centre was well managed and was a pleasure trying to help others , besides I drive past here all the time when visiting up north ;)

 

 

are the GB "A" rings mate or SU "A" rings ??

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all gbs A rings , one was for Cumbria , there was one here at Scarborough and they ordered a courier for it , so just come back from taking it to put with there other stray bird , however a lot of Scottish birds still at the stray centre in need of picking up :) spent all day ringing and reporting GB strays :)

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get this sorted out feds hear of this too often cant put on transporter a load of p--- thats transporter guys making this rule get it fixed

 

ITS A DEFRA RULE MATE ,THERE NOT ALLOWED TO TAKE ANY STRAY PIGEONS

THEY DON,T KNOW IF VACCINATED OR NOT , NO USE BLAMING THE DRIVERS AND LOSING THE PLOT :emoticon-0138-thinking:RPRA RULE :emoticon-0138-thinking:

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