Women Who Work in Fieldsports has launched its new membership on April 24th, 2024. Women Who Work in Fieldsports (WWWF) was created to establish a strong female network of women working within the fieldsport sectors. The launch of the membership aims to create a tighter network of women who can support and learn from each other. Membership benefits include:

  • Priority access to event booking and free-to-attend events
  • Member-only events
  • Monthly webinars
  • Exclusive membership discounts from our partner brands
  • Access to mentorship
  • Access to a membership directory

“We hope that businesses will want to pay for their female staff to join WWWF as a way for them to network with other women who work in the same area. Fieldsports can be incredibly isolating, but we have been overwhelmed by the engagement with our organization already and hope that we can inspire and unite the women who work within the fieldsports community.” – Louisa Clutterbuck, co-founder of Women Who Work in Fieldsports and CEO of Eat Wild.

The membership launch comes after they started a podcast interviewing senior women from the fieldsports sector; their first guest was Paula Lester from Country Life, and future guests include Anikka Purdey, SJ Hunt, and many more. Additionally, there is a monthly profile of a woman from fieldsports explaining how they found their role and offering advice for other women.

Women Who Work in Fieldsports is for women who may not shoot, fish, or hunt themselves but help run shoot days, work in the office, run the estate office, organise fishing trips, help process game, run a game meat business, master of the hunt, or have any other involvement within fieldsports.