Wild and Game, the not-for-profit company on a mission to increase game consumption in the UK, has added a new premium range of game to its offering. The company has teamed up with highly respected game dealer Ben Rigby to offer its customers Ben’s celebrated wild boar and venison. In total, eight new Ben RigbyContinue reading “Wild and Game now stock Venison and Wild Boar from premier GameDealer Ben Rigby.”
Please keep your eyes peeled so that we can get these two dogs back to their rightful owners. Black cocker: 6 years old, quite laid back personally until you say the magic words, until then he never leaves my side. Many times I used to take him in the pub with me after a shootContinue reading “2 Cocker Spaniels Stolen from a Kennel in Suffolk.”
In a bid to help our healthcare professionals, gamekeepers and moorland managers from across the Northern Pennines have joined forces to collect personal protective equipment [PPE] which has been donated to local NHS trusts. Many NHS facilities are lacking in protective eyewear, an item which the shooting community are well placed to distribute to thoseContinue reading “Northern Pennines Moorland Group distribute PPE to local NHS trusts”
Wild and Game, the not-for-profit company working to boost game consumption in the UK, has teamed up with the British Game Alliance to supply free game-based meals to NHS workers during the COVID-19 crisis. The Game Aid project started last week with the delivery of 2,500 game-based lunch bags to Musgrove Park Hospital in Taunton.Continue reading “Wild & Game and the British Game Alliance to provide free meals for NHS workers”
For those of you who have not yet seen it, here is our film about grouse shooting Done in conjunction with TGS Films.
The NGO’s Educational Trust has a wealth of learning resources for all key stages of education. They include teachers / parents notes to accompany the work sheets. Click here to the Educational trusts website to download the worksheets.
The Irish Red Setter Club was established in 1882 to promote the breed and drafted the breed standard which was issued the 1886. The Club has organised field trials and shows to set the Standard for the Breed since that time. The Irish Red Setter Club ran the second edition of the European Championship forContinue reading “Red Setter Championships”