About BASC Media
BASC Media Department enquiries: 01244 573052 email
Media Dept, BASC, Marford Mill, Rossett, Wrexham, LL120HL
The press office represents shooting and BASC in the media – from Newsnight to your local newspaper we work to achieve balanced, accurate and common-sense reporting on the lawful ownership and use of firearms. We also promote the positive economic, environmental and social aspects of shooting.
Join BASC and help us to protect and promote your sport. Here you can find the very latest BASC press releases, contacts, background media briefings and interviews.
For further information, journalists are welcome to call the press office during office hours on 01244 573052 or outside office hours on 07970 096554. To find out more about our Political Affairs department click here.
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Simply turn to the last page, you’ll find contact details to our editor and get in touch, preferably via email. We can’t promise all articles submitted will be used, but we will definitely let you know if your idea has potential.
We do our best to ensure no mistakes get through the proofing system, however, we’re all human and some sneaky errors do creep in from time to time. We always appreciate you letting us know about them. All you need to do is contact one of the members of the team (details on last page of each issue).
Of course! We always look for new images to add to our photo library. Email an example of your work to us and we will let you know whether it would be suitable for us to use.
Get in touch with the membership or publication team and we will be able to update your records. Have your membership number handy to speed up the process.
Our books are published by Quiller and a full list of titles is available on the BASC Bookshop: http://www.bascbookshop.org.uk/
You can either go through online archives (https://basc.org.uk/media-centre/shooting-and-conservation/) or give us a ring and we will do our best to send you a copy of the issue you’re looking for.
We would me more than happy to forward your questions to the author – just send them over to a member of the publications team. We can’t share his contact details with you, but if you provide an email or phone number, the author might be willing to get in touch with you.