We received 4,573 membership telephone enquiries and 916 requests for advice to our firearms helpline during August – just part of the work we do.
John Dillon was one of the founder members of Traeth Bach Wildfowlers Association and a member of the Mawddach Wildfowlers for many years. The family moved from Surrey to North Wales in 1970. In his early years, John did his national service, worked as a panel beater,...
BASC has noted the publication of a report on the use of snares in Wales by the Welsh Assembly Government’s Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee.
BASC will be at the Royal Welsh Show 2017, promoting shooting and conservation.
BASC is advising members that measures currently in place to reduce the risk of Avian Influenza in England will be lifted from 15 May 2017.
Gamekeepers and members of a number of shoots across North Wales joined local volunteers to brush up their grey squirrel control skills at a training event organised by BASC.
The UK’s largest shooting organisation will relaunch its dedicated General Election campaign website.
BASC members are being reminded to cast their vote in this year’s BASC Council election.
A mink-trapping training day run by BASC was attended by seven members of the local community in the Alyn and Wheeler Valleys Living Landscape Area.
BASC welcomes news that Wales’ rural communities are to receive a £223 million cash boost.