Young people interested in the countryside, conservation and shooting attended a BASC Young Shots activity day at Higher Kempley Farm in Willaston near Whitchurch which has its own game farm.
This was an opportunity for 12 young people aged between 13 and 17 years to learn more about sporting rifles on a military approved range near Ashbourne, Derbyshire.
In response to the growing number of questions asked about young people and shotgun certificates the BASC Midland team hosted a day for journalists at Doveridge Clay Sports Club.
BASC enjoyed a good weekend at the Falconry Fair over the May Bank holiday.
Young people in Leicestershire will have the chance to try clay shooting and air rifle shooting at a special event next month.
A Staffordshire gamekeeper has been appointed as the British Association for Shooting and Conservation's new regional director for the Midlands.
Gundog experts and enthusiasts from across the UK will be coming to Warwickshire in April to speak at the National Gundog Conference.
The BASC Gamekeepers' Fair will be back with a bang on 12-13 April 2008 when it returns to the grounds of Catton Park in Derbyshire.