BASC’s Duncan Thomas shows us how a small rural community depends heavily on the grouse shooting industry for employment, custom, and the huge conservation benefits it brings #NoMoorMyths
BASC has relaunched its #twelfie photographic competition to herald the start of the grouse shooting season; #twelfie celebrates everything glorious about sporting shooting in all its forms
MasterChef finalist Lorna Robertson will cook grouse in front of crowds at The Game Fair on Saturday 29 at 2pm
Visitors to this year’s The Game Fair will be able to relax and enjoy a pint or two in the event’s first ever pop-up pub - The Game Fair Arms
Fill in our poll and tell us how long you had to wait for your shotgun license to be granted from the date that you applied... you can see how it compares to other waiting times too!
The NGO will be offering visitors to the Game Fair (July 28-30) a chance to win a Polaris Outlaw 50 Junior quad bike, designed for children over the age of six
Bring your old shooting gear along to the ‘Shooting Related Bits & Bobs’ boot fair and grab yourself a bargain
What did countryside and shooting organisations have to say about the general election? Read on for statements from BASC and the Countryside Alliance following the general election
Helena Venables looks into the Scottish Land Reform - how it has come about; what it means in practice; and why shooters, countryside organisations and rural workers are up in arms about it
The NGO Golden Grouse Clay Shoot, held June 7 in County Durham, promises to be one of the largest gatherings of gamekeepers dressed in estate tweeds this year...
Following confirmation of a further case of bird flu in Lancashire, countryside organisations have issued advice to anyone involved with gamebird management
BASC is highlighting the changing status of expanding ammunition
On Tuesday 14 March MPs debated the future of food labelling in a Westminster Hall Debate led by Julian Sturdy MP...
The CA is urging landowners and users to get involved in forum discussions about the Countryside and Rights of Way Act to ensure their interests are taken into account
Despite significant pressure from animal rights pressure groups, Scotland’s Environment Secretary confirmed that legislation put in place in 2011 is working satisfactorily
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