E-news - your call to action
The Countryside Alliance’s free e-news service brings you up to date with rural news and also invites you to take action on issues that matter to you.
You do not have to be a member of the Countryside Alliance to sign up. Our national e-newsletter goes to over 80,000 email addresses, inviting subscribers to get involved in our campaigns on numerous rural issues from rural services and business to fieldsports, food, farming and conservation.
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Thursday, 8 January 2015
This week we write about the very serious business of campaigning for the shooting community. We also urge you to buy your "Still here, still hunting" badge and report that the Private Members' Bill which aims to help combat fly-grazing, which we have supported all the way through, has cleared its Committee Stage in Parliament and is on course to become law.Read more
Friday, 12 December 2014
This week we urge you to boycott LUSH cosmetics because they fund the thuggish Hunt Saboteurs Association. We also report on the three members of the Devon and Somerset Staghounds receiving full costs following the case dropped against them. News also of a puppy farming clampdown in Wales.Read more
Friday, 5 December 2014
E-news: please respond to the Home Office firearms consultation. Also this week, we have been in the Telegraph talking about the universal postal service, we launch our new broadband project and invite you to buy our brand new badge to mark 10 years of the Hunting Act. The badge states proudly "Still here, still hunting."Read more
Thursday, 13 November 2014
This week, the new dog control orders are explained, we look forward to seeing you at our Cheltenham Countryside Race Day tomorrow and ask that, as Bicester Huntsman Patrick Martin enters his final season in the role, you contribute to his testimonial fund.Read more