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Welcome to the Serama Club of Great Britain

Serama in the news

Serama are increasingly being featured in the poultry magazines, in particular recent editions of Fancy Fowl magazine. In a January issue it had a report on Susan Stoddard and her cockerel “Ting” who we featured on the cover of the last news letter, appearing in a report on Ravesby

Meanwhile a 2 page spread on December 2011 issue of Fancy Fow magazine featured the Gargrave show, with Jayne Gillam and her now famous cockerel OJ pictured. Bill Jordan’s lovely hen has also appeared and has been wowing show visitors up and down the country in every show she appears in. Well done guys!


Colouring Competition Results

We’d like to thank all the entries for our colouring competition. We had a very interesting range of styles; from detailed life studies to impressionist and budding contemporary artists that could rival Tracey Emin. The following are what caught our eye.


  1. Bethany (age 15)
  2. Jenni (age 12)
  3. Jennifer (age 12)
  4. Reuben (age 5)
  5. Esme Rose (age 2¾)

Goodies are in the post for our young talented artists. We hope to see them put to good use and maybe see some of their future art work.

So for all our artists out there, young and old, please send in your artistic interpretations of Serama to feature in future newsletters and on our club web site.


Fun Club Badges & Stickers

Bill Jordan has kindly agreed to help us promote the club at the many shows he attends. He is selling some fun club badges & stickers. Small 1 inch club badges are £1 each, larger 2 inch badges are £2 each. There are also a range of stickers to adorn pet carriers, bags, etc.

All profits from sales go towards the club. So come on everyone, buy your Serama club badges and wear them with pride!


National November 2011

The National saw a record number of entries. There were 96 entries across 5 classes this year, compared with 42 entries last year. The largest increase in numbers for any breed in the National this year. It was not just numbers that have been raised, but the quality of birds were even better than ever. The cockerel class had some particularly stunning entries and drew a lot of attention. Out of all the 96 entries only 2 birds weighed over the revised standard of 500g in weight.

Carrie Wright won Best of Breed with her handsome cock entry and Gordon Jackson won best opposite sex with his beautiful hen. This is Carrie's 3rd year in a row winning best of breed.

Thank you everyone who showed, visited the club stand and supported us. It was a lovely weekend and we hope to have bigger and better shows yet!


Federation Show December 2011

The Federation show had it's usual festive mood. Again quite a lot of really nice birds were entered and choice of cockerel and pullet classes was particularly difficult one for the judge to pick from. Well done to everyone. Specially to J Cable who won Best of Breed with her young black mottled cockerel entry and J Moores won best opposite sex with his beautiful buff mottled pullet.


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