If you are part of a shooting syndicate, you can now sign up eight or more of you as Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Premium Members and save 30% on the cost.
The exclusive membership package provides a whole host of benefits, including third party liability insurance for each gun, a copy of our best-selling book, The Knowledge (worth £15.95) for every member, and the chance to be part of your local GWCT Regional Group.
Members will also receive three copies a year of the GWCT’s feature-packed magazine Gamewise every year, the chance to receive our daily newsround, providing the latest news on conservation and the countryside every weekday morning.
Importantly, every subscription will be supporting leading research, practical advice and policy input from the GWCT. Research that has increased global understanding of woodcock, pheasants and partridges, that informs the future of our national agriculture policy and that puts facts at the forefront of decisions made about the countryside.
Richard Negus, the hedge layer, writer and proud GWCT member, puts the reason behind his membership simply, stating “I can think of no better way to demonstrate a true respect for the British countryside and its wildlife than to say “I am a supporter of the GWCT”.
Earlier this year, the GWCT made a rallying cry for support, with the impact of the current pandemic likely to see income fall by over £1 million in 2020. Many members, including chef Michel Roux Jr, gamekeeper Alex Keeble, spoke out for their support for the GWCT’s vital work. Writer, campaigner and countrywoman Rachel Carrie called for all those involved in the countryside to join with a rallying cry. “We need the GWCT now more than ever”, she stated. “They are undoubtedly the most critical of organisations and one I feel we simply couldn’t survive without”.
To join, visit www.gwct.org.uk/syndicate. When eight people or more sign up, they can join for just £69 (RRP £99).
For more information about the membership, please call 01425 651024 or email firstname.lastname@example.org