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Latest News

  • Campaign urges farmers to turn Lincolnshire Grey

    Campaign urges farmers to turn Lincolnshire Grey

    Business, wildlife charities and farmers are uniting in Lincolnshire on the 25th February at Riseholme College, Lincoln in an effort to boost the prospects for one of this country’s fastest declining birds; the wild grey partridge.

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  • Angel takes charge at GWCT Cambridgeshire

    Angel takes charge at GWCT Cambridgeshire

    The start of a new fund raising year for the Cambridgeshire committee of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) heralds the arrival of a new chairman: Toby Angel, who takes over from the well respected Richard Pemberton of Trumpington Farming Company. 

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  • Gourmet game dinner raises over £15,000 for the GWCT

    Gourmet game dinner raises over £15,000 for the GWCT

    The Bristol and North Somerset branch of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) has raised over £15,000 for the charity at its annual Gourmet Game Dinner.

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  • Oxfordshire shoot raffle aims to raise fabulous sums for charity

    Oxfordshire shoot raffle aims to raise fabulous sums for charity

    Charities across Oxfordshire are set to benefit from an exclusive raffle being run by one of the UK's leading wildlife research charities.

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  • Perth & Kinross young artists are top drawer

    Perth & Kinross young artists are top drawer

    The AK Bell Library in Perth was the perfect surroundings for the official prize-giving for the tenth annual Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust Schools’ Art Competition.

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  • GWCT shoot sweepstake adds the taste of success

    GWCT shoot sweepstake adds the taste of success

    The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is urging shoots across the country to get involved in their 2014/15 shoot sweepstake scheme to help raise funds for their vital game and wildlife research.

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  • Nothing to grouse about with fabulous charity prize draw

    Nothing to grouse about with fabulous charity prize draw

    This is now your chance to win a day’s driven grouse shooting for nine guns during the 2015 season on Clune and Corrybrough Estate in the majestic Monadhliath Mountains of Inverness-shire. The prize also includes bed and breakfast for one night at The Steadings at The Grouse and Trout, with lunch and tea on the day.

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  • Don’t get caught out by not being trained

    Don’t get caught out by not being trained

    The past few years have seen ever increasing complexity in the licensing and legal regulations governing predator control techniques, throwing up new questions and creating grey areas. To address this, our best practice courses seek to ensure that predator control is carried out according to all the relevant legal requirements and best practice codes.

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  • Grey partridge fight back in Wessex

    Grey partridge fight back in Wessex

    The past four years have been challenging for an inspiring wild bird restoration project on the Rotherfield Park Estate in Hampshire, where researchers from the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, working in collaboration with estate staff have been battling to save one of our most threatened farmland birds, the wild grey partridge.

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  • On course to save a bird on the edge

    On course to save a bird on the edge

    Over the past forty years, the wild grey partridge - one of Britain's most iconic farmland bird species - has been in rapid decline. Grey partridge numbers have plummeted by more than 80% and, tragically, because of habitat loss and a reduction in essential chick food insects, they have become locally extinct in many areas of the country.

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