LARK DOG AGILITY CLUB
Lark Agility regrets that due to popularity we are unable to welcome new members into the club either as beginners or dogs/handlers that already have agility experience. The club is run by volunteers for the enjoyment of its members and as a result does have limited training resources. We hope you understand. Please visit either the agilitynet or kennel club website where details of other local agility clubs can be found.
Dog Agility Training is a great leisure activity for dogs and their owners, and is suitable for most dogs.
Lark Agility is a small and friendly club, run by volunteers. Training takes place in a securely fenced, well-drained field, with sheds and shelter and a large parking area, at Worlington near Mildenhall.
Training takes place on Wednesday evenings in summer, and on Sunday mornings in winter.
The Club is run on an informal basis entirely by volunteers, who give freely of their time. Everything is geared to you succeeding with your dog. We want you and your dog to have fun and enjoy agility at whatever level you wish to achieve.
The Club is run by a committee drawn from the members, and includes the instructors. Regular meetings are held to discuss training plans, and arrange social events such as the Summer Barbecue, and Christmas Party. Regular Newsletters are circulated to Members.
All the instructors are Qualified Agility Club Approved Instructors, who have experience in training as well as competing. Visiting instructors are also used to vary the scope of the training experience.