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Listed here are events held by BAS and other goldfish societies at which you may see the fish and discuss them, and all aspects of fishkeeping, with the owners.
The BAS Annual Show is on Sunday 4th September 2016 at The Manor Hall, Henfield Road, Coalpit Heath, Bristol BS36 2TG.
The auction is expected to start at 12:30pm and the show hall is open to the public at 3pm.
For a map and guidance on how to get to the show, click here. Please note that the event is on Sunday.
List of table shows
Each month, except during the winter, members bring fish to the monthly meeting for display and discussion of their merits and characters; the meetings start at 7:45pm. Our 2016 schedule is as follows:
||Common goldfish, veiltails|
||Bristol shubunkins, fantails|
||London shubunkins, comets|
||Celestials, bubble eyes, pompons|
||Largest goldfish bred this season, koi|
How to get there
For a map and guidance on how to get to the monthly table shows, click here.
Association of Midland Goldfish Keepers (AMGK)
The AMGK Open Show is in June each year at West Orchard Church Hall, 83 Bagington Road, Coventry CV3 6FP.
E-mail or ring Linda or Gary Malpass on 01604-451515 for details.
Goldfish Society of Great Britain (GSGB)
The GSGB Open Show takes place in late September at St. Paul’s Church Hall, Chigwell Road, Woodford Bridge, Essex, Woodford Bridge, IG8 8BT.
E-mail the Secretary, Michael Pepper, for details.
North East Goldfish Society (NEGS)
The NEGS Open Show is in late July each year. Regular meetings and the newsletter are bi-monthly, in March, May, July, September and November (AGM).
Contact the Secretary for details.
Northern Goldfish and Pondkeepers Society (NGPS)
The NGPS Open Show is on the second Saturday in September at St. Matthews Church Hall, Chester Road, Stretford, Manchester.
Regular meetings are on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at the Church Inn, Church Lane, Prestwich, Manchester.
Email or call Sherridan Moores for details on 0161-969-7567.
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