Wildfowling Liaison Committee

If people would like to contact members of the BASC Wildfowling Liaison Committee (WLC) please see the below list of WLC members and a contact email at the foot of the page.

  • Alasdair Mitchell – Chairman.
  • Ian Coghill – Council Member.
  • Robin Marshall Ball – Council Member
  • Peter Catling – Fenland Wildfowlers, Wash/Norfolk
  • Craig Jenkinson – Humber, North East
  • Matt Holloway – Wentloog – Wales
  • George Downing – Gloucester, South West
  • Graham Downing – East Anglia, Suffolk, Broads
  • John Paul Humberstone – Clevedon, South West
  • Brian Johnson – North West
  • Allen Musselwhite – South coast, Solent
  • Glyn Cook – Wales
  • Mike Sherman – Wales
  • Roy Hodsdon – Humber, North East
  • Robin Owen – Wells, East Coast
  • Grant Evans – North West
  • William Wykes – Scotland
  • Peter Nichols – North West
  • Richard Playle – Dengie, East Anglia, Essex joint Council
  • James Green – BASC – Secretariat
  • Terry Neill – Northern Ireland
  • Allan MacDonald – Scotland
  • Paul Culley  – North West

Click here to email a member of the committee.

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