Following confirmation that a General Election will take place, BASC has relaunched its campaign website.
By working together, acting positively and promoting all research and development into new products, rural groups are looking to secure the future of shooting.
BASC strongly condemn all forms of wildlife crime, and we hope that these increased penalties will send a clear message to those intent on committing such serious crimes.
BASC will once again have a presence at Countryman Fairs' Midland Game and Country Fair, which will be held at Weston Park in Shropshire on 14th and 15th September.
The last few days saw tens of thousands of visitors engage with BASC at The Game Fair. Despite the unpredictable weather, staff were busy welcoming guests onto the seven different stands BASC ran.
The Wildlife Habitat Trust’s (WHT) 2019 Wildlife Habitat Conservation stamp has been launched by the Marquess of Salisbury.
UK’s largest shooting organisation supports decision to cancel Packham’s appearance.
Even considering our usual high standards, this month has surpassed all expectations in supporting BASC’s principle aims of increasing outreach, public education and ensuring the future of shooting is strengthened. So much so, several records have been broken and milestones reached to broaden shooting’s horizons further than ever before. It has certainly been a busy few weeks across our regional teams.
The shooting community has been left with no progression as government fail to ensure medical profession statutory duty in consultation launched by Home Office.