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***** BURY FARM STATEMENT - CORONAVIRUS ****  

2nd April
British Dressage and British Showjumping published the below joint statement yesterday confirming that equine events would continue to be suspended until at least 31st May. This means that the Bury Farm show centre facilities will remain closed for the foreseeable future.

The centre continues to support government recommendations to protect the health and wellbeing of its competitors, officials, supporters and team members during these most unsettling of times and so we send our best wishes to all.

Further updates will be provided in line with ongoing advice.

'The status of the coronavirus pandemic continues to evolve in the UK and recent government briefings indicate that a longer period of lockdown is looking increasingly likely. Having individually reviewed the likely impact that this will have on the events calendar over the next two months, British Dressage (BD) and British Showjumping (BS) have taken the decision to extend the suspension period for all affiliated competitions, training and participation activities up to and including 31 May 2020.'  

**** BURY FARM STATEMENT - EHV-1 VIRUS ****  
In view of the outbreak of EHV-1 virus at Crofton Manor we would like to assure all our competitors that Bury Farm EC has consulted with the relevant professional bodies and we are monitoring the situation daily. There are currently no plans to cancel any events at the centre but if circumstances change we will act accordingly. British Showjumping released a statement yesterday evening which is provided below. Competitors travelling from the affected area will unfortunately not be allowed to compete at Bury Farm EC unless they have complied with BS recommendations.

Monday 13 January 2020

Following the recent outbreak of EHV-1 it is now a requirement that any horse or pony that has been on site at Crofton Manor, Hampshire since the 20th December 2019 is required to have a negative swab and blood test before competing at any British Showjumping show or organised event.

A statement from the Animal Health Trust has also been released today which contains a useful guide for owners taking their own sensible, simple biosecurity steps, the link to which is provided below.

https://www.bef.co.uk/repository/Ehv__Biosecurity_steps_for_owners_and_competitors_final.pdf.

The BEF and British Showjumping are following advice issued from the Animal Health Trust and are in regular contact with them. The advice issued states that all equines who have recently visited the centre are immediately isolated for a period of 14 days whilst veterinary advice and laboratory test clearance is given.

*** NEW SHOW MOBILE NUMBER ***  

Bury Farm has a new show mobile number: 07568 395548. Please text or ring this number on show days to contact the show team directly. You can use this number to text show withdrawals, request show jumping class times or speak directly with the show organisers. Our landline is also available on show days. Please dial 01525 222114 and select option 1.

*** 15TH FEB 2019 *** VACCINATION CHECKS AT BURY FARM EVENTS  

All competitors are requested to ensure that their horses are fully vaccinated, and are considered to be fit and well prior to attending Bury Farm events. We are currently working to a 12-month vaccination policy in accordance with BEF recommendations. All horses must have received boosters at least 7 days prior to arrival at the centre. Veterinary advice should be sought should any competitor be concerned about their horse's health prior to attending a show.

Passports must be available for inspection at any Bury Farm event. Horses that are scheduled to stable at the Centre will have their passports checked upon arrival. Further spot checks will be carried out on horses visiting the Centre during any of our equine events. 
We are committed to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all of our horses and we therefore thank you for your co-operation in this matter.

BURY FARM EQUESTRIAN CLUB AGM 2019  

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
WEDNESDAY 4TH DECEMBER 2019

                                                                          
NOTICE is hereby given under the Act mentioned above of the Annual General Meeting of the Company to be held at New Bury Farm, Mill Road, Slapton, Leighton Buzzard, Beds, LU7 9BT, on the 4th day of  December 2019 at 4pm for the purpose of considering the activity and accounts of the Company for the 12 months ended 30th June 2019  and appointment of officers.

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