Welcome

Our Club was founded in 1973 as the Kent Poultry Fanciers Society, to serve Kent and the surrounding areas promoting interest in various aspects of poultry keeping and exhibiting. In April 2007 the Club was renamed the Kent Poultry Club to reflect the wider poultry interests of our members. Our Club annually stages Pure Breed Poultry Shows, Exhibitions, Egg Shows and Talks.

If you have a poultry related question or an enquiry about the club go to The Committee on menu for contact details.

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NEXT EVENT

Spring Regional Show Sunday 9th February 2020

Judges: Jed Dwight, Joshua Kittle & Pedro Moreira

This year we once again have the Belgium, Call Duck and Sussex Regional Shows. Rare Breed Area Show.

A very lovely show for both experienced and new fanciers alike. A great opportunity to meet people. Refreshments will be available on the day.

Entries are now closed!

Declaration Form:

KPC Declaration Form Sun 9th Feb 2020

Declaration Forms

Declaration forms are mandatory at all poultry shows. There has been some  discussion as to if they are needed. Kent Poultry Club will require declaration forms at all its shows in order to comply with the licence that we must apply for in order to hold shows. It is no longer required to declare your birds Newcastle Disease free but you must declare your birds Avian Influenza free. Declaration forms must be presented as your birds are inspected on the day of the show and will NOT be accepted with entries. Below is a copy of the latest Declaration Form that requires you to declare your birds Avian Influenza free. Please make sure your Declaration Form is no older than August 2018 as anything older will not be accepted.

3 Poultry Gathering Declaration Form V9 – 03-02-2019

 

DEFRA Updates

Pleas make yourself aware of the latest Avian Influenza & Newcastle Disease regulations which you can find on the DEFRA Advice page or on the DEFRA website.