British competitive shooters are preparing to change disciplines ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as it become likely the 50m rifle, double trap shotgun and 50m pistol events will be dropped.
Scottish ladies shooting club Glad Rags & Cartridge Bags welcomed a record number of 40 shooters to is latest event held at Saplinbra House, Aberdeenshire.
The Countryside Alliance Thunderclap campaign taking a stand against the online abuse of people in the countryside achieved a social media reach of almost 1.2million people.
estate Llechweddygarth, Llangynog, near Oswestry, which hosts one of the top high pheasant shoots in Wales, has gone on the market. Asking price and viewing is available by contacting Halls’ headquarters in Shrewsbury, tel 01743 450700.
The National Farmers’ Union (NFU) says that the Government’s new Litter Strategy for England is a missed opportunity to tackle the problem of fly-tipping in the countryside, which currently costs the taxpayer around £800million in clean-up fees.
BASC has donated £7,000 to a conservation scheme to take youngsters on to Yorkshire’s grouse moors.
Rural communities in Wales are to receive a £223million cash boost, offering stability for businesses as the UK prepares to leave the EU.