Freelance photographer Nigel Kirby describes his experience on a Covid-safe shoot at Ivy Farm, Cheshire.
Tens of thousands of pounds worth of losses hit the rural economy following a Scottish Government u-turn on self-catering accommodation restrictions.
The adverts celebrate the wider benefits that shooting brings all the participants and reassures the public shooting can take place in a COVID-secure manner.
As an organisation, we continue to adapt to challenges the pandemic throws at shooting, and we have shown we are more than a match for it.
Leading shooting and rural organisations are reminding the shooting community of the importance of following the law and government guidance at the start of the pheasant season.
BASC has welcomed the decision by the Scottish Government to relax a temporary muirburn ban which was imposed as part of emergency coronavirus legislation.
As October approaches we can count ourselves lucky that game shooting is able to continue, albeit in a manner we are not accustomed to.
BASC call on the Scottish Government to adopt a more consistent approach to coronavirus restrictions for accommodation businesses.
The Code is an easy to follow guide to allow shooting to continue over the coming months.