BASC has appointed Chris Brooks as its new deer projects officer.
How did you feel when you shot your first ever game bird?
BASC launches Scotch to celebrate centenary year
The sales of game meat in Waitrose have risen by 24% according to recent figures, illustrating the wider appeal game is having in towns and cities across the UK.
Novice shot prepares to participate in his first game day as a gun.
How can we effectively educate people about shooting?
BASC advice to members renewing their membership during the current postal strike.
A boring traipse around the supermarket turns into a journey of discovery.
Three thousand city schoolchildren have had the chance to experience the countryside thanks to the Countryside Live event organised by the Countryside Foundation for Education (CFE).
The news that Simon Hart will be standing at the next general election is very good news.
Is there less to that charming gun than he is letting on?
BASC has launched a new website to provide information about its 2008 centenary and announced the list of well-known faces who have agreed to be its centenary patrons.
New gun worried about looking a pillock on the peg by choosing style over substance.
The Countryside Alliance has reissued copies of its guidance booklet, Saboteurs and Shooting.
The Game Conservancy Trust (GCT) will be staging an event on September 10 to assess the future of red grouse in Wales.
Game shooting at Devon Castle: England's green and pleasant land has always held many shooting secrets, mysteries and grand reminders of its ancient past.