BASC chairman Eoghan Cameron looks to the future in his New Year’s message.
2016 has been a challenging year for your association but despite this there were significant achievements and we look forward to building on these in 2017. I would like to thank you for your continued support and making this possible.
BASC strongly opposes the Hunting Act, and believes land owners and managers should be able to choose the most effective methods of pest and predator control for their circumstances.
Policies contained in the Green Party manifesto would inflict severe damage to conservation while wiping £2 billion from the economy every year, causing chaos in the countryside
A letter from BASC chairman Alan Jarrett promoting shooting's conservation contribution has been printed in today's Daily Telegraph
The UK’s largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), starts 2015 in a strong position to continue to promote and defend shooting with the announcement that its membership has risen to more than 140,000.