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Meet the Team – Game & Deer

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Glynn Evans Head of game and deer management

Glynn is head of game and deer management. Before coming to BASC he was a fulltime keeper for over 25 years working on estates in Gloucestershire and Norfolk including over 20 years on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk. He has an active interest in all types of shooting and deer stalking and especially likes working with gundogs.  He has a lifelong interest in training, working and competing with gundogs as well as running and judging both spaniels and retrievers in tests and trials.



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Alex Farrell Game & Gamekeeping Officer

Alex grew up in a semi-rural area where, from a young age, he took an interest in the countryside before becoming involved in field sports. This was initially through family and then by working with a gamekeeper and local pest controller.

Alex completed a degree in Countryside, Conservation and Recreation Management as he was keen to work in the shooting and countryside industry. During his time at college he tailored his studies around issues related to gamekeeping and shooting.

Alex has a keen interest in all types of shooting sports being especially rough shooting and pest control. He is also keen on gundog training and generally being outdoors and enjoying the countryside with his family.



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James Sutcliffe Deer officer

After graduating from Newton Rigg College with an HND in countryside management, James worked as a gamekeeper and deerstalker for a number of sporting estates across the globe, including New Zealand and the South of England and most recently managing deer and wild boar on an estate in Germany.



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Audrey Watson Deer Officer

After completing a BSc (Hons) degree in Ecology (Forestry) at Edinburgh University and a Masters degree in Forest Recreation at Pennsylvania State University, Audrey has over 20 years experience in countryside management in local and national government, working for local authorities, the Sports Council and the National Forest, and in the charitable sector, working as an Area Manager for the RSPB and as Led Walks Officer for the Ramblers.

In her spare time, she is a keen deer stalker and clay pigeon shooter, and also swims competitively at Masters level.



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Murray Woodward Game and Gamekeeping Officer

Murray Woodward joined the Game and Deer team in March 2018 as a Game and Gamekeeping Officer. Murray who grew up on a farm in Staffordshire has enjoyed shooting from an early age. He has previously been a gamekeeper, worked for the Canals and Rivers trust and most recently has been managing a large poultry rearing operation. Murray is looking forward to meeting members at shows and events in the coming months and can be contacted via the game and deer team.



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Kate Dymock Game and Deer departmental administrator

Born and bred in North Lancashire Kate was introduced at a young age to beating on a pheasant shoot by her Dad and soon became interested in different aspects of shooting.

After completing her A levels Kate studied a Countryside Management degree at Harper Adams University. During this time Kate developed a keen interest in wildlife conservation and decided to undertake a 6 month work experience post at BASC head office after completing her degree.

Kate has more recently become interested in clay pigeon shooting and also enjoys photography in her spare time.



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