Join us for an evening of talks and conversation
We are once again running a series of relaxed and informal evenings where you can learn more about the work of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust and ask us any questions you might have.
Whether it’s General Licences, bag sizes or lead ammunition, there are strong debates going on about the British countryside. We want more people to know what’s happening and that’s why we’re holding these events. Come along and get the facts.
We are touring key areas to give you the chance to listen to our latest findings, thoughts for the year ahead and the opportunity to raise important questions and have them answered by our team of experts.
Tickets are just £10 and tea and coffee are included.
Bring a friend – help them to understand what’s going on in our countryside. This isn’t just for GWCT members. We want as many people as possible to learn about the work we’re doing and the issues we all face in the countryside. Bring along as many people as you like.
We're looking forward to welcoming you on the night.
"Before I was a member I attended an evening at a pub in Knutsford at a GWCT talk on the General Licensing fiasco at the time. Also spoke about other things on the night. I was that impressed with the GWCT and the scientific research that they carry out. I went straight home and joined. Every shooting man should be a member!"
"Please pass on my thanks to all involved in the Roadshow. I attended the Gloucester event and although I did not know anyone there was made most welcome. The event was well organised and covered a vast amount of detail on the Trust's work by excellent speakers. Most enjoyable and hopefully other such events will help spread the word."
“I have been a member and involved for over 50 years and have been frustrated that the GC and GWCT have not been able to talk about and bring bravely out into the open all the questions you were prepared to answer in this meeting. Everyone I knew who was there on Friday evening said it was the best GWCT meeting they have ever attended. Well done and well-spoken both you and Peter.”
“A very good, interesting and worthwhile evening.”