The Society meets at the Church Inn, Church Lane, Prestwich, Manchester M25 1AJ on the second Tuesday of every month at 8pm.
All aspects of Goldfish history, husbandry, breeding and showing are covered, live fish are often featured, visiting speakers attend and society visits are arranged in a friendly, informal atmosphere. Members have access to rare goldfish varieties that just can't be bought in the shops.
Annual fees payable in April are £15 per single adult, £5 for under 21s and £18.50
for a family - subscriptions (cheques to
'NGPS') to your Chairman: Sherridan Moores,
19, Manley Road, Sale, Cheshire. M33 4EG
Phone number - 01619697567.
The next page has archived
Newsletters Click or tap HERE
We are also on
The Nationwide Standards for Goldfish in
the UK have been published. See your
copy via the PDF link on the next page…
The DVD ‘Beautiful Underwater Worlds’
about President Bill Ramsden’s lifetime of
breeding Show Goldfish, has been redone
with faults removed and comments updated
… you can see it on line if you have
YouTube. Search for ‘BillsGoldfish’ - it is
1 hour & 5 mins., with lots of advice.
Even More News - to see the amazing size,
variety and quality of the late Tommy Sutton’s
Goldfish go to YouTube and search for
‘tommysuttonsgoldfish’. (It is 7 Mins. long)
or copy and paste this link into your web
browser page ….
The new format Newsletters have been
published and the archived ones from
2014 and 2015 are available by clicking
their icon on the next page.
To receive the monthly Newsletter by post
(if you do not have an Internet connection)
you need to be a paid-up member and
registered with the editor:
Most members have an email address and
receive the Newsletters as a PDF document
attached. Because of the high cost of
postage, this is the preferred method
please use it where you can.
Social and activity news are available on
the PC website - visit via the link at the top.
One of the most respected Goldfish Breeders in
the hobby, Jim Day of BAS, has died. An
obituary will be added to the NGPS May
Newsletter and we expect the Bristol Aquarist
Society will feature his life story. Meanwhile we
send our sympathy and thoughts to his family
and many friends.