BBC wildlife presenter Miranda Krestovnikoff was the special guest of Sparsholt College, in Hampshire, last week, as the college?s new Game and Wildlife Centre was unveiled.
The £400,000 centre covers 2,520 sq ft, and is believed to be the only such purpose-built training and education facility in the UK. It boasts an egg store, incubation and bird-rearing facilities, a demonstration room and specialist carcase handling and butchery facilities.
Robin Taylor-Milton, Sparsholt?s Learning Manager, said: ?The college is already acknowledged as being the home of gamekeeping training and having this resource for our students and the employers we work with will certainly help cement that position.?
The rest of this article appears in 16th March issue of Shooting Times.
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