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midland mouse show June the 16 th.

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Lubenham Village Hall
Address: Laughton Road
Lubenham, Market Harborough
County: Leicestershire
Postcode: LE16 9TE
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I would just like to make everyone aware that NO mice are to be brought this show for the purpose of selling, and anyone selling mice will be asked to remove them from the hall.

Because of this, we are holding an auction class this year. For those of you who have not entered an auction class before but would like to at Lubenham, a trio (one buck and two does) must be entered together in the one Maxey and they must all be of the same variety.
morning-star said:
Should be entering my first 4-5 at this show, (got all my maxeys ready!
Best of luck :)
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I'm sorry this has put you off coming, but this is a show not a market. Public selling of animals requires a pet shop license, and people bringing boxes of mice to sell presents a risk to the mice on the show bench. Stock can be bought through the auction class though and these mice are actually judged beforehand so you know you're getting decent stock.

It costs a lot of money and time to organise a show and we expect to make a loss this year, but we do it for the continuation and survival of the NMC and exhibiting mice. Entering mice into shows and auction classes is vital to this.
I usually take pictures and post them, have a look through the show threads :)
Cool! :cool:

I can lend you a Maxey if you'd like to show both, that's no problem at all. I'll bring it ready for the mouse with bedding and food.
It was a lovely and successful show yesterday; thank you so much to everyone who exhibited mice and helped with the setting up etc. It was especially nice to welcome two newer members who were exhibiting for the first time and who worked hard all day stewarding for the judges, well done Heather and Marnie.

I do have pictures to post but have misplaced my lead, so I'll have to do that tomorrow at work.
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