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Our 98th Year
Founded 1916
Website updated 19th September 2014

The LSCMRC is a club for owners, breeders and exhibitors of Fancy Mice and Rats. Visitors are welcomed (donation appreciated). [Sorry but we are unable to assist with the "rehoming" of mice and rats or how to treat the injured mouse that the cat brought in]

Our Next Show is on
Saturday 4th October
at the Scout Hall,
Gordon Road, Enfield
Judging at 11.00 am
(mice) and 1pm (rats)


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. The LSCMRC is working on a wikipedia of Fancy Mice and a digital library on the Mouse Fancy.

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. The LSCMRC is working on a library of photographs of all varieties of Fancy Rats. Other material on the Rat Fancy and its history is also included on this website.

LSCMRC shop - Join the Club from here, renew subs, buy badges, keyrings, books and more. Order direct....(but no livestock sales)


Download further information on joining including joining by post

 
Why Fancy? Fancy is an old English word meaning a hobby - particularly a livestock hobby.
 
Pet Mice and Rats The London & Southern Counties Mouse & Rat Club is a Fancy Club, but there are some pet classes for both adults and children.

Contact us

Mice
Varieties of Fancy Mice - NMC website
National Mouse Club
Rats
Varieties of Fancy Rats - NFRS website
National Fancy Rat Society

Mice & Rats
Digital Library
Book List
Club Rules
Club Trophies

How to get to a Show

REDESIGNED WEBSITE WILL APPEAR SOON........

Leaflets [You will need Adobe
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to view or print these]

Mice as Pets
Mice as Pets (in German)
Rats as Pets

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