FROM THE EDITOR
Atime at the most popular and eagerly awaited event in the fieldsports calendar, we hope you enjoy yourselves, whether you’re coming to smash clays, watch gundogs work, buy a shotgun or just soak up the atmosphere.
Elsewhere in this issue, Helena Venables is examining the thorny issue of whether smacking your gundog is ever acceptable, Will Hetherington is going after redlegs in Spain and Patrick Laurie is enjoying the sporting fruits of a Swedish forest. We’ve also got interviews with artist Keith Sykes and Williams Evans’ own Alastair Phillips. Enjoy the issue, see you in Hatfield! very warm welcome to this special Game Fair issue of
Shooting Gazette. We cannot wait to be at Hatfield House between July 28-30, and if you’re heading to Hertfordshire for what are sure to be three memorable days why not come to stand F880 to meet our team, and take advantage of another fantastic subscription offer.
Time Inc. (UK) Ltd. is proud to be a media partner at this year’s Game Fair, and inside this issue we’re lifting the lid on everything from Game Fair shopping to memories of fairs from years past. There’s even a word or two from the host. Whatever your agenda during your