The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) has launched a dedicated webpage to help challenge the ban on shooting on public land in Wales.

The page allows all residents of Wales to contact their Assembly Member at the click of a button.

The page also allows those outside Wales to contact the office of Hannah Blythyn AM and Natural Resources Wales using pre-written text to convey their concerns and disappointment at the decision.

Steve Griffiths, BASC director Wales, said: “The manner in which Hannah Blythyn has interfered in the outcome of an evidence-based consultation and review to impose the will of anti-shooting extremists should be a wake-up call to every shooter.”

The organisation is also asking members to watch and share a short film which highlights the economic, employment and social benefits shooting brings to Wales.

Click here to watch the video and pass on the link to friends and family, either by email or social media. Don’t forget to tag in @hannahblythyn and @NatResWales.

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