BASC News

Find the latest news from BASC right here in bitesize chunks.

This bi-monthly “Newsletter” will give you all of the important information you need to know about the topics that are relevant right now.

BASC News Update: October 2023

Written by BASC

Launch of new Women in Shooting events. After re-launching at The Game Fair, BASC’s Women in Shooting is holding it’s first, member exclusive, events in October. The first event, being… Read more »

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BASC News Update: August 2023

Written by BASC

United Utilities: fighting back United Utilities has taken the decision not to renew shoot leases on it’s land, affecting both upland and lowland landscapes. Whether you are one of United… Read more »

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BASC Podcast: James Green Discusses All Things Wildfowling

BASC Podcast

BASC’s Head Of wildfowling James Green looks back on an eventful season, talks about wildfowling’s conservation objectives and how to get involved. ABOUT WILDFOWLINGFor more information about wildfowling, please contact… Read more »

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BASC News Update: July 2023

Written by BASC

Changing rules on gun ownership – action required BASC is urging every shotgun and firearm certificate holder in Great Britain to spend five minutes completing a short Home Office survey… Read more »

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BASC News Update: May – June 2023

Written by BASC

BASC to commence legal challenge against Defra BASC has announced today (7 June) a decision to prepare legal proceedings against Defra over its withdrawal of the general licence that allows… Read more »

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ACT NOW Campaign: BASC

Written by BASC

David Boden, BASC’s Engagement Manager for Wales, tells us why it is so very important that members and the wider shooting community support the association’s ACT NOW campaign and respond… Read more »

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BASC News Update: February – March 2023

With thanks to BASC

MPs refute woodcock petition claims in parliamentary debate  A debate on a petition to limit the shooting season for woodcock held in Parliament recently saw MPs push back on claims… Read more »

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