Irish Region (RPRA) AGM In Ballymac Hotel The local (Irish Region) of the RPRA held their annual meeting for the first time in Ballymac Hotel just outside Lisburn in County Antrim on Saturday 5th February, the
Following the latest outbreaks of Avian Influenza and the requirement to keep all captive birds indoors from 14th December 2020 I have met with DEFRA today (10th December 2020) to discuss the impact on racing pigeons.
RPRA RULES DURING COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS 27 May 2020 The RPRA acknowledges that – under the current restrictions – certain rules may be difficult to implement. Therefore, the attached document outlines where clubs may wish to suspend
RACE CLOCK STRIKING GUIDANCE 27 May 2020 The RPRA has produced guidance on race clock striking, which you can download below. Please note the guidance currently relates solely to England, and is based on the principles
We are pleased to announce that training is now permitted in Northern Ireland, and racing is currently under consideration. This follows hard work and commitment from NIPA, Ulster Federation and East Down Combine, with support from
The President and Vice Presidents who were re-elected at the Meeting, with the Chief Executive: L-R: Vice President John Waters, CEO Ian Evans, President David Bridges, and Vice Presidents Gary Cockshott and Paul Hammond. RPRA-AGM-2020
The 123rd Annual General Meeting of the Royal Pigeon Racing Association will be held at the Novotel Hotel, Long Eaton, Nottingham, on Friday 22nd February 2019 (9.00am), followed by a Council Meeting at 3.00pm. Members wishing to