GWCT Scotland engages in a host of events with young people from across the country, promoting the conservation of game and wildlife with the use of practical science throughout the year.
The Scottish Game Fair is one of our main focus points, we have adapted previous formats to now include a speaking/storytelling event for all ages. This is in addition to our Education tent which is aimed at the younger generations, we will often have partners come and join us to share their educational resources
Our other main focus in the year is the Schools art competition which runs from August to October and celebrated in December. This is open to pupils across Aberdeenshire, Angus and Perth and Kinross. They are asked to submit a piece of art work showcasing their favourite species of British Game or Wildlife. Winning artists this year were awarded with a super day at Fingask Castle. Read more under 2022 results
Throughout the year we work with RHET and RNCI to provide farm visits. We can also arrange estate visits in conjunction with the Moorland groups. Click here for a video of Longforgan Primary visit to Redmyre Farm as a result of one of their pupils winning the 2018 Primary schools art competiiton.