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Latest News

  • Cumbria and Lancashire rise to the conservation challenge

    Cumbria and Lancashire rise to the conservation challenge

    The Lancashire and Cumbria branches of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) are holding their annual Levens Team Challenge on Sunday 27th May, to raise funds for the Trust's groundbreaking scientific research.

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  • Shropshire venison evening to raise funds for wildlife conservation

    Shropshire venison evening to raise funds for wildlife conservation

    The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is holding a special venison evening in Shropshire next month to raise funds for its vital conservation research.

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  • High Hopes for Wildlife Charity Raffle

    High Hopes for Wildlife Charity Raffle

    The UK's leading wildlife research charity is offering shooters in and around Berkshire the opportunity to win a top prize - and in the process raise funds for ground-breaking conservation science.

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  • Welsh rugby legend Sir Gareth Edwards to headline conservation dinner in Llandudno

    Welsh rugby legend Sir Gareth Edwards to headline conservation dinner in Llandudno

    The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Cymru has announced that former Welsh rugby union player Sir Gareth Edwards will be the guest speaker at its annual dinner and auction in North Wales this November.

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  • David Howarth awarded Ronnie Rose Memorial Trophy

    David Howarth awarded Ronnie Rose Memorial Trophy

    The GWCT is delighted that the Scottish Gamekeepers Association’s Ronnie Rose Memorial Trophy for conservation and education has been awarded to David Howarth.

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  • Shakespeare’s ‘Dream’ boosts wildlife charity

    Shakespeare’s ‘Dream’ boosts wildlife charity

    William Shakespeare is helping to conserve the British countryside centuries after his death, as an open air production of his best-loved comedy has raised vitally-needed funds for the UK's leading wildlife research charity.

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  • Join the GWCT shoot sweepstake and help us invest in your countryside

    Join the GWCT shoot sweepstake and help us invest in your countryside

    As the 2017/18 season approaches, the UK's leading game research charity is urging shoots around the country to help raise funds by running a shoot sweepstake. The money raised is an essential contribution to funding vital research into wildlife conservation and to demonstrate good game management is good for the countryside.

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  • Sporting teams rise to the conservation challenge

    Sporting teams rise to the conservation challenge

    A day of sporting challenges in Kendal, Cumbria has raised just over £7,000 for wildlife research. The Levens Team Challenge was arranged by the Lancashire and Cumbria branches of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT), and the money raised will go towards funding their groundbreaking conservation research.

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  • The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust condemns illegal killing

    The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust condemns illegal killing

    There is no question that the illegal killing of wildlife is unacceptable. The GWCT welcomes the insight of Scottish Natural Heritage’s report on the fates of satellite-tracked golden eagles and looks forward to scrutinising it in greater depth. We will be working with partners across the conservation sector and in government to develop policy and management that will address the issues raised in this and other reports on the conservation status of important species.

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  • Nottinghamshire dinner raises thousands for British wildlife

    Nottinghamshire dinner raises thousands for British wildlife

    Nottinghamshire members of the UK's leading wildlife research charity raised a spectacular £57,000 at a sumptuous gourmet dinner and auction this spring. The money raised will go towards funding the pioneering conservation research of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).

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