Fancy Mice

Fancy Mice have been exhibited in Britain for more than 100 years. The Fancy started in the East End of London in the 1890's. The interest spread to the North of England where it became very popular in the mining communities. The National Mouse Club lays down the standards by which mice are judged.

Fancy Rats

Fancy Rats have been exhibited in Britain for almost as long as Fancy Mice. They became very popular in the 1970's when the National Fancy Rat Society (NFRS) was founded.


Why Fancy?
Why Fancy? Fancy is an old English word meaning a hobby - particularly a livestock hobby.






Our Next Show - and AGM

The next show is on Saturday February, 2020 at 4th Enfield Scout Hall,  86 Gordon Rd, Enfield EN2 0QA. (Limited parking and if you do park then please park economically so we can squeeze maximum cars in). Judging commences at 10.30am prompt This is a members' show for both Mice and Rats. Refreshments available all day.

Happy Birthday

National Mouse Club

125 years old

Other small livestock

We are a mouse and rat club, but we do sometimes have other small livestock at our shows. Gerbils are one example we have had in the past. We hope to have hamsters in the future.

Do you run a small livestock club - exotic rodents etc?  If you want to put on a show in conjunction with our popular shows then contact us.

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Shows are held in 2020 every month except January, August, and September

email us for further information

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Updated 9 January 2020

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