Wildfowlers join forces for land purchase
Wildfowlers in Kent and Chichester have joined forces once again to purchase more marshland, helping to provide more wildfowling opportunities and a stronger future.
The Kent Wildfowling and Conservation Association (KWCA) and the Chichester Wildfowlers Association (CWA) first joined together to purchase marshland in East Sussex in 2005, further adding to that portfolio in 2008.
Now these two far-sighted clubs have come together again to extend their joint land ownership in East Sussex.
KWCA chairman, Alan Jarrett, said: “I am delighted that once again we have come together with Chichester WA to cement our longstanding beneficial partnership by purchasing additional land in East Sussex.
“Chichester is an excellent club to work with, and with this purchase we further strengthen our land holdings to secure wildfowling into the future.”
CWA chairman, Lee Freeston, added: “I am delighted that both clubs have again jointly purchased land for shooting and conservation to further strengthen the bond between the two clubs. This also protects shooting in perpetuity for all wildfowlers.”