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Sport­ing shooter Peter Wil­son and triathlon ath­letes the Brown­lee broth­ers will be host­ing a Game & Wildlife Con­ser­va­tion Trust (GWCT) event.

The two-hour evening will be held at Duke’s Dorch­ester Fine Art Sale­rooms on Tues­day, 5 De­cem­ber. Mr Wil­son, a life mem­ber of the GWCT, is host­ing the event, which in­cludes a Q&A ses­sion, drinks, canapés and a raf­fle, with a bike ride with Al­is­tair and Jonny Brown­lee to be won. Visit­eve to buy tick­ets.


The Pace Broth­ers and the North­ern Shoot­ing Show have launched the DNA Hunt­ing Film Fes­ti­val, the first of its kind in the UK, and are ask­ing hunters to take part by cre­at­ing films that of­fer an un­der­stand­ing of what we do and why we do it. There are two cat­e­gories — ama­teur and pro­fes­sional — and short­listed films will be shown in a showreel at next year’s North­ern Shoot­ing Show. The dead­line for en­tries is 31 March 2018. Visit for more in­for­ma­tion and to enter.


The Na­tional Game­keep­ers’ Or­gan­i­sa­tion has pub­lished the 12th edi­tion of Sport­ing Shoot­ing and the Law, the in­dis­pens­able user’s guide to firearm and shot­gun li­cens­ing writ­ten by Shoot­ing Times con­trib­u­tor David Frost. The au­thor­i­ta­tive 76-page book is the most up-to-date text on gun li­cens­ing avail­able, and in­cludes de­tails of the lat­est amend­ments to the Firearms Act. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit­law.



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