Countryman Fairs, supported by BASC, will again host a show to celebrate the countryside over the Easter weekend.
The Kelmarsh Country Show will be held on April 1st and 2nd at Kelmarsh Hall in Northamptonshire.
As well as the main stand, BASC will be running an airgun range, shotgun coaching line and a game preparation and cookery demonstration theatre.
Louise Farmer, BASC Central officer, said: “We are very much looking forward to having a presence at the Kelmarsh Show again this year.
“Our clay coaching and airgun lines are always popular and this year we are excited to have a full programme in the cookery demonstration theatre.
“The main BASC stand will have some new features and displays to showcase some local shooting and conservation related organisations.”
Staff from Northamptonshire Police’s firearms licensing department will be on the BASC stand to answer firearms licensing queries and questions and members of Northamptonshire Wildlife and Rural Crimes Team will be on hand to provide advice and guidance on rural crime issues.
There will also be a gunsmith, local wildfowling association and wildlife artist Simon Trider.