Why not get involved?
There are various ways you can help to raise money for our vital educational work whether its riding in a charity race, running the London Marathon or taking part in a clay shoot or auction near you - to find out more about what you can do please get in touch with Grace in the events team on email@example.com
Monday, 27 April 2015
Congratulations to the Countryside Alliance team who raised thousands of pounds for The Countryside Alliance Foundation in yesterday’s Virgin Money London Marathon.
Thursday, 19 March 2015
Countryside Alliance employee and Game to Eat champion, Jack Knott, is to walk 100km London to Brighton in aid of The Countryside Alliance Foundation. Jack said, ‘Running and myself have never been the best of friends, and I don’t think I will be too keen on walking after this monumental challenge. If the idea of walking 100km in around 22 hours straight leaves you with a sour taste, imagine having to get up and over the South Downs at 4 o’clock in the morning! Luckily, I am undertaking the challenge for the worthiest of causes and one that I know makes a massive difference to the future of the countryside.’ Please donate just a little bit to a fantastic charity and one that aims to secure and protect the British countryside for future generations. Back Jack for his challenge, which will take place on 23-24 May!
Friday, 27 February 2015
I’m Jonathan and was lucky enough to win last year’s Countryside Alliance Morgan Car raffle draw. I’ve wanted one for ages but have had to make do with a 1979 MGB for a few years.
Friday, 13 February 2015
Saturday May 9th & Sunday May 10th 2015 - the Whitfield Annual Clay Shoot at the beautiful Whitfield Estate in Northumberland. This event is a fundraiser for several charities including the Countryside Alliance. Read on for details.Read more
Friday, 6 February 2015
With 11 weeks to go until they line up for the 2015 London Marathon (26 April), three of our intrepid Marathon team give us an update on their training and fundraising efforts.
Thursday, 5 February 2015
Saturday 20th June - Midsummer Blast 2015 at Minterne (Formerly known as the Dorset Lobster Shoot). Henry and Sophie Digby are kindly hosting the 2015 Midsummer Blast at their home at Minterne. You are invited to bring a team of four guns to shoot and to dinner at Minterne House afterwards with wives and partners. The shoot will include the famous flying Gnats. Further details from Alison Hawes at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01752 830430 or 07710 836806. Shooting will be from 12 noon and there will be a bar and BBQ available throughout the day. A drinks and dinner party will take place within Minterne House with drinks and canapés from 7.30pm and dinner at 8.30pm during which there will be an Auction of unique Lots.
Tuesday, 3 February 2015
The Newmarket Countryside Alliance Race Day will take place again on Thursday 25th June 2015 on the stunning July Course. Once again there will be the Race for Repeal which is open to ten riders. To qualify to ride, you must be a Master, Huntsman or Subscriber to a pack of hounds and each rider is asked to raise a sum in sponsorship. The Alliance will set up sponsorship pages on the main web site to aid riders with this task. Lunch will be held in the Moorstyle Marquee, opposite the finishing line. Last year 360 supporters attended this event on a glorious day. Tickets are £65 per person which includes members entry to the course, race card, reception and lunch. If you are interested in taking part in the Race or attending the lunch, please contact William Burton at email@example.com.
Wednesday, 21 January 2015
Fishing 4 Schools director Charles Jardine is leading our five-strong Virgin Money London Marathon team on Sunday 26th April and we would appreciate your support, so please sponsor now. The team also features Sophie Moate, Holly Bourne-Arton, Josh Woolley and Tori Udale.Read more
Thursday, 9 October 2014
The Countryside Alliance’s London Wine Auction Dinner on Wednesday night (8 October) at the Victoria and Albert Museum was another record-breaking event, raising around £185,000 for the Alliance.