The Icelandic Sheep Breeders Of the British Isles is a small, friendly group of individuals. We are scattered all over the UK, from the northern tips of Scotland to southern Cornwall.
We are all happy to help or advise on Icelandic sheep matters, care or breeding.

The first Icelandic sheep were imported into the UK in 1979, and in 1988 the Icelandic Sheep Breeders Of the British Isles (ISBOBI) was founded with the aims of preserving the purity of the breed in the UK and coordinating information about the sheep to breeders and those who are interested in buying them.

The fleeces are used for a wide variety of purposes, they are in great demand by felters and by hand spinners for knitting, crochet and weaving.

Committee Members:

Flock Book – Rhian Thomas –  rhian.epik@gmail.com

Chairman/Secretary – Sally Williams – sally.williams@dewsnaps.co.uk

Facebook – Keith Moffat – k@cu-dubh.com

Treasurer –  Henry Rockliff – hrockliff@gmail.com

Membership – Katie Rockliff – krockliff@hotmail.co.uk

Website – Matthew Modget – mmodget@hotmail.com

Website content – Shona Scatchard – shonascatchard@hotmail.com

New Member Liaison – Allyson Stevenson – alittle@yahoo.com

 

Benefits of Membership

Membership of the BISBG offers the following benefits:-

1.       Annual flock book – printed. Published in January.

2.       Registration of pure bred sheep and automatic entry into Flock Book.

3.       Access to members area of website.

4.       Listing of your flock along with a dedicated page on the ISBOBI website.

5.       Free advertising of sheep sales on ISBOBI website.

6.       Technical support from other members.

 

Membership renewals are due in January. Reminders will be sent out with the Flock Book.