BASC south east region was established on the 1st January 2005 to mirror the boundaries of the South of England Development Agency. At the beginning of 2014 the region was expanded to include Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and London bringing total membership numbers to over 36,000. Now, five years on the region has a membership of over 40,000.
Although highly populated, the south east is still a premier destination for sporting shooting. Throughout the region there are opportunities for game shooting, wildfowling, deer stalking and pest control as well as clay pigeon and target rifle shooting.
You have five representatives in your region; Dan Reynolds, Director England; Hannah Turner, Regional Officer covering Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire; Michelle Nudds, Regional Officer covering Berkshire, Hampshire & Isle of Wight and Surrey and Taylor Rikje-Pearson, Regional Officer for Kent, East Sussex and West Sussex. London is currently serviced from the regional centre. Carrie Westaway is Operations Coordinator for the region, and will be the first point of contact for many of those who get in touch.
BASC south east provide a public voice for shooting and conservation in the region to promote and protect our sport. We represent members’ interests on a variety of issues affecting shooting and conservation and maintain close contacts with regional media to ensure balanced coverage for our sport.
As a team we provide a broad range of interesting events and training courses throughout the region to provide members with opportunities to shoot, develop knowledge and promote high standards in shooting.
Areas covered: Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Surrey, Berkshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Isle of Wight, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and London.