BASC’s game and deer team has been expanded with the addition of two new faces.
Alex Farrell has joined BASC as a game and gamekeeping officer. He recently completed a degree in Countryside, Conservation and Recreation Management at Reaseheath College During his time at college Alex tailored his studies around issues related to gamekeeping and shooting.
Also new to the team is Kate Fishwick. Kate has just gained a first class degree in countryside management from Harper Adams University and is on a six month work placement at BASC. She will be working with different teams at BASC but as her main interest is game shooting and land management she will be spending most of her time working with the game and deer team.
Glynn Evans, BASC’s head of game and deer management, said: “I am delighted to welcome Alex and Kate to BASC. Their addition to the game and deer team will help us develop and deliver the services we provide to members.”
Ian Grindy, chairman of BASC’s game and game shooting committee, said: “With a busy game season already underway, I welcome Alex and Kate. I am delighted the team has expanded and I look forward to working with both of them in the future.”