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Aim to Sustain launches ‘zero tolerance’ toolkits

Aim to Sustain

Leading rural organisations have today announced the publication of anti-persecution measures that they believe will further boost the UK’s growing raptor populations.  The new Aim to Sustain partnership – which promotes sustainable game and land management – has produced a

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Le Chameu raises over £28,000 for the Prince’s Countryside Fund

Le Chameau have today announced that £28,022 has been raised for The Prince’s Countryside Fund thanks to the ‘Imperfects’ initiative, which saw 10% of the money from the sales of boots being donated to the cause. Le Chameu’s campaign, known as the The Imperfects

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Top 10 things to do at The GWCT Scottish Game Fair 2021

A spectacular celebration of conservation and the countryside for over three decades, The GWCT Scottish Game Fair, sponsored by NFU Mutual, will return to Scone Palace in Perthshire this year from Friday 24 to Sunday 26 September, for its 32nd

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Aim to Sustain – protecting our way of life

Rural groups are joining forces to safeguard the future of shooting, says Richard Negus Having spent the entire weekend of the Game Fair trudging around Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, I left the showground in a surprisingly good mood. My cheerful

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What do Guns look for in a shoot?

In an article that first appeared in Shooting Times, Guns on Pegs editor George Browne ruminates on what the modern-day visitor to a shoot is actually after. I have been shooting since I was 11, but it is only since

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The debate surrounding grouse shooting

The debate on grouse moors was demanded by more than 100,000 people but, apart from offering the odd amusement at Labour MPs’ gaffes when discussing our industry, did it serve any purpose? Not really, reckons Caroline Roddis. I can never

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Reporting back from The Game Fair 2021: What we saw, did and enjoyed

After an enforced break, the Game Fair was back in earnest The crowds were out in force early on the first day of the Game Fair 2021 with everybody ready to meet up and have a good day out out,

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The Game Fair 2021 – looking ahead w/ Phillip Moss

We welcome back GTN stalwart Philip Moss of Moss Leather Goods as he returns for this one-off look at the Game Fair, and asks if the future is real, or virtual. As I write, shows are still cancelling in some

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20 reasons to visit The Game Fair in 2021

Finally, a chance to get together The Game Fair in 2021  – after the last 18 months we’re not really sure we need any reasons to attend, other than that it will be a highly enjoyable outing (and they’ve been in v

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Ticket sales for The Game Fair 2021 soar

As life returns to normal, the green wellie brigade is gearing up for The Game Fair, taking place from Friday 23 to Sunday 25 July at Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, like never before! With some much-needed light at the end

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