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Book 1-1s, Classes and Training Days

To stay up to date with Training Days in Somerset at The Win Venue, ask to be added to the Facebook group: 
"Events and Training Days with Bonny Quick, Kim Loaring and guest trainers"

Training Days elsewhere, with Bonny Quick
Sun 10th Feb - Dartmoor - Georgina Davies
Fri 22nd Feb - Essex - Emma Jane
Sun 24th Feb - Woking - Kathrin Tasker
Thu 28th Feb - Dorset - Gill James
Sun 3rd March - Wye Valley - Tracey Childs
Sun 24th March - Gloucester - Michelle Waugh
Thu 28th March - Dorset - Gill James 
Tue 9th April - Frome - Annabelle Stoate 
Fri 12th April - Gloucester - Ros Etheridge
Sun 28th April - South Wales - Phoenix Agility Club, Aimee Kerton
Tue 30th April - Dorset - Gill James
Tue 28th May to Thu 30th May - Unite Camp, Weston Super Mare - Lucie Hinchley
Wed 5th June - Devon - Kathryn Stickney
Thu 13th June - Dorset - Gill James
Mon 1st July to Thu 4th July - Unite Camp, Weston Super Mare - Lucie Hinchley
Thu 22nd Aug - Wye Valley - Connie Sellers
Mon 2nd Sep to Thu 5th Sep - Unite Camp, Weston Super Mare - Lucie Hinchley
Sun 17th Nov - Worcester - Tanya Harper 

Contact the Organisers to book 

​Thursdays - Champ Class (Grades 6,7)
​Saturdays - Beginners
Thursdays - Grades 1-3  


1-1 Private Lessons
To book a 1-1 with Kim Loaring, choose from the following dates and times, and then complete the booking form below...

Thu 24 Jan 10-11

Sat 2 Feb 7.45-8.45
Thu 7 Feb 12.30-1.30, 1.30-2.30
Sat 16 Feb 7.45-8.45
Kim is also giving a training workshop on 16th Feb. Message via the form for details.
Sat 23 Feb 12-1
Thu 28 Feb 12.30-1.30, 1.30-2.30


Book 1-to-1s with Kim

Kim says: "I own two border collies, Buzz & Lyla, and have been training and competing in dog agility for 7 years... 



...My dogs currently compete in Grade 6 and Grade 7 at Kennel Club and Senior and Champ at UKA.

I have 4 years of experience as an agility instructor and have worked with a large variety of partnerships and breeds, as well as with all levels of experience and ability. 

For me, it is important for an instructor to understand that every dog and handler partnership is individual, and that there isn’t a ‘one way fits all’ approach to this sport.

I aim to be open minded, flexible and innovative in my approach. Above all else, I try to make sure that time spent training your dog is fun, rewarding for both you and your dog, and puts a smile on your face."