Campaigns


CA broadband brief for Parliamentarians

| Campaigns, Mobile and Broadband

The Countryside Alliance briefed ahead of a debate on the House of Lords Communications Committee report into broadband. We welcome many of the recommendations put forward and are keen to see broadband, which is essential to rural communities, rolled out quickly for the good of rural communities and businesses.  COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE REPORT ON BROADBAND HOUSE…

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“Cameron …….in pledge to lift the hunting ban”

| Campaigns, Hunting

On Friday 6th March the Western Morning News reported on a piece by the Prime Minister which features in our forthcoming spring magazine. The PM writes: “The Hunting Act has done nothing for animal welfare. A Conservative Government will give Parliament the opportunity to repeal the Hunting Act on a free vote, with a government…

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Tedworth Huntsman knocked out by masked sabs

| Campaigns, Hunting

On Wednesday 28th January the Western Daily Press reported: “A West Country huntmaster was knocked unconscious in a vicious attack by masked hunt saboteurs armed with iron bars, the Western Daily Press can reveal. Police in Wiltshire are investigating the incident, which happened near the village of Everleigh, near Amesbury, at the end of a…

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Game Chef of the Year 2014 is crowned

| Campaigns, Shooting and Conservation

Congratulations to Tom Van Zeller, of Van Zeller Restaurants in Harrogate,, who was this week crowned Game Chef of the Year in a prestigious competition which concluded a four month search for the UK’s best game chef. Daniel Bland of The Wheatsheaf Inn, Doddington and Jonathan Cook of Greywall’s Hotel in Edinburgh were both runners up…

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CAI Attend Wildlife Crime meeting hosted by Minister Durkan

| Campaigns, Shooting and Conservation

Countryside Alliance Ireland (CAI) reports: Environment Minister, Mark H Durkan this week pledged to improve how Northern Ireland tackles wildlife crime. The Minister hosted a summit attended by almost 30 organisations, including CAI, to ensure a better way forward. CAI has been actively involved with The Partnership for Action Against Wildlife Crime (PAW) since its…

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