News

The Great Water Vole Comeback!

The BASC mink control programme was started on the Somerset Levels in 2003. Led by BASC volunteers, wildfowling clubs, and shoot syndicates, they were quickly joined by the RSPB, fishery owners, county wildlife trusts and national nature reserve staff and helpers. The long-term partners were the Environment Agency and Natural England. The trapping and monitoring area stretched from Gordano on the Bristol Channel to Martock in the south. Read more   >

The Great Crane Project

The Great Crane Project has helped return common cranes to Somerset after an absence of over 400 years. Read more   >

Clay Shoot at Westcountry Game Fair

Bristol Clay Shooting will be providing a 50 Clay Trophy Competition on both show days Read more   >

Game - The healthy start to the New Year!

Game is wild, natural and free range with a distinctive flavour making it a great alternative to beef, pork, lamb and chicken. And, as it's low in cholesterol and high in protein Game is one of the healthiest meats available today. For example, venison, with its brilliant taste and extra lean meat, is perfect for anyone on a low fat diet Read more   >

The Mangled Wurzels

The fabulous Mangled Wurzels will be appearing at this year's Westcountry Game Fair on Saturday 21st March 2015. All the favourite tunes will be played so come and sing along! Read more   >
Back to top