Travel Documents for Pigeon Fanciers

Written by Saai

On 14th June 2020

Please read the following opinion piece before you complete the permit below. This opinion will inform you of your rights should you travel inter-provincially.

Click here – to read the opinion.

Please note that once the permit is “submitted” it will be automatically sent to the email address you entered in the required email field below.

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All fields marked with * are compulsory.

    Please provide the details of the Pigeon owner below.
  • Please insert the name and surname of the Pigeon owner
  • Please provide the contact number of the Pigeon owner
  • Please provide the email address of the Pigeon owner
  • ID Document*
    Please upload ID document of the Pigeon owner
  • Home Address*
    Please enter the home address or address that the Pigeon owner is travelling from

    Please provide the details regarding address of the location where practice or competition will take place
  • Travelling to*
    Please specify the address of the exercise or competition location

    Please provide the details pertaining to the Sport Body that you are registered with- for competition purposes.
  • Name of organisation
  • Member Number
  • Contact person details*
  • Please provide the contact number of the Sports Body contact person
  • Please provide the email address of the Contact person
  • Consent
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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