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Here you will find details of industry news and developments that are relevant to your industry - correct at the time of publishing; historical articles are displayed for interest and may not be a reflection of current situations.Should you have a story that you wish to be published please email details (and images) to claire@forgeandfarrier.co.uk.

 

 

ATFs to take Train the Trainer Award by 2020

The Train the Trainer Farrier Award (TTFA) was initially developed about two years ago by Mrs K Kissick at the request of the Farriers Registration Council.  The aims of the TTFA award were approved by the FRC in November 2014 and aim to continue the development of Farriery on sound and credible teaching of all aspects of Farriery in the workplace. Read full notice >>
Notice added 7 July 2015.

Denis Oliver, becomes WCF 'Father of the Company

Highest honour bestowed on Past Master and well known retired vet, Denis Oliver, who at the age of 95 is still attending meetings in London. This is only the 2nd time in the last 100 years the award of ‘Father of the Company’ has been made. Read full notice >>
Notice added 7 April 2015.

Apprentice at Hereford?

In celebration of National Apprenticeship Week (starting Monday 9th March 2015) Herefordshire & Ludlow College are asking our Apprentices, from companies big and small, to send us 'selfies' of themselves at work so we can show off the fine job they are all doing! Read full notice >>
Notice added 25 February 2015.

Lucy Crother's Funeral

Lucy's Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday 3rd of March at 12.30pm in the Woodland Hall at the GreenAcres Woodland Burials - Potkiln Lane Jordans, Beaconsfield, HP9 2XB. Read full notice >>
Notice added 23 February 2015.

Press Release from the FRC: Trimmer Ben Street

On 2 October 2014 Mr Ben Street of Hixon, Stafford was found guilty at Stafford Magistrates’ Court of causing unnecessary suffering to a horse, and failing to take reasonable steps to ensure good practice in protecting a horse from pain, suffering, and/or disease by glueing and sealing hoof boots. Read full notice >>
Notice added 23 October 2014.