BASC Wales was established in January 1999 as a country section of BASC by splitting the then Wales and West Midlands Region. With BASC Scotland and BASC Northern Ireland already in place, it was appropriate that in the year of devolution and the creation of a National Assembly for Wales, BASC should recognise the political and cultural differences between England and Wales. By doing so, BASC now better represents our membership and better promotes the objectives of the Association in Wales.
BASC Wales aims to provide a public voice for shooting and conservation in Wales with cross party support in the Welsh Assembly Government. To campaign on the issues affecting shooting and conservation in Wales through balanced coverage in the Welsh media. To defend the freedom of private firearms ownership, promote healthy quarry populations and habitats and encourage access to shooting in Wales. To raise standards and provide expert advice.
BASC Wales, Marford Mill, Rossett, Wrexham LL12 0HL.
Tel: 01244 573000 email