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Dennise Shepherd Wildfowling Officer

Dennise joined BASC in December 1998. She has been assisting wildfowling clubs with their Crown Estate lease and consent renewals for over 15 years, ensuring that associated consents from the statutory government conservation agencies are secured. Dennise also represents BASC on the Joint Group for Wildfowling and Conservation on Tidal Land (the group that oversees management of Crown Estate foreshore leases); and helps coordinate BASC representation on estuary management groups.



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James Green Head of Wildfowling

Address Unit 1D/E Dulford Business Park Broad Road, Dulford, Cullompton Devon EX15 2DY
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Donald Muir Events and Training Officer

Donald Muir is one of the most-recognised faces in shooting in Scotland, having been actively involved in wildfowling and all other forms of shooting even well before joining BASC Scotland as our first Development Officer over 10 years ago. In his current role Donald is responsible for all of our varied training delivery, including a wide range of Young Shots courses, all other events such as shows and fairs, as well as the representing BASC Scotland on all the Local Authority committees dealing with wildfowling permit schemes.

Donald is a native of Fife and is also a BASC Shotgun Coach, a Range Conducting Officer and a qualified assessor. His main interests are in wildfowling and deer stalking.


Address BASC Scottish Centre Trochry Dunkeld Tayside PH8 0DY
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Shane Robinson Wildfowling Officer


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Paul Williamson Rural Land Development Manager

Paul joined BASC head office as the Rural Land Development Manager in 2009. Paul works closely with BASC affiliated clubs and members to identify opportunities for purchase and lease of land for shooting. He also assists clubs and members in maximising income from the land they own / occupy and other land management issues that arise.

Prior to joining BASC Paul has had sixteen years experience as a Rural and General Practice Chartered Surveyor. He has worked within the private sector for both owner occupier and tenant farmers. Scope of work has included: land & property sales, farm subsidies, environmental schemes, agricultural law, letting/ grazing agreements, compulsory purchase schemes, wayleaves & easements, valuations and livestock marketing.

Paul has been involved in shooting since the age of ten, predominately within North West Midlands. In the early years he carried a stick and now he enjoys both shooting and beating on a variety of walked and peg days.



 

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