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Shooting a popular and important activity in National Parks

| Countryside Alliance Wales, Devolved Regions, Latest News, Shooting, Shooting and Conservation

  A recent Campaign for National Parks survey has highlighted the strength of support towards shooting as a recreational activity within the UK’s most beautiful countryside, coming in as the third favourite activity in a list of 23. The Campaign launched a multi-choice survey earlier this year asking the public to name their favourite activities within…

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UKIP leadership contenders’ priorities for rural Britain  

| Consultation and Lobbying, Food and Farming, Hunting, Latest News, Shooting, Shooting and Conservation

As the UKIP leadership contest continues, the Countryside Alliance has written to all contenders to establish their views on key rural priorities. A letter from our Chief Executive Tim Bonner to the candidates reads: At this important time for the countryside, following the vote to leave the European Union, rural communities are looking for clear…

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Sir Barney White-Spunner discusses lead shot in Shooting Times

| Latest News, Shooting, Shooting and Conservation, Uncategorised

Former Countryside Alliance Executive Chairman, Sir Barney White-Spunner, has written in the latest Shooting Times (27th July) magazine his thoughts on the recent decision by Defra to reject the LAG report. The article which can be read below follows the Countryside Alliance long-term policy and we thank Shooting Times and Sir Barney for allowing us…

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Alliance statement on the Natural England grant of Buzzard Licence

| Latest News, Our Blog, Shooting, Shooting and Conservation

“The Countryside Alliance has always supported the principle that a species should be managed according to its local population status and impact on economic and conservation activities, not according to public perception. Many species are already culled under a number of different licences. Shooting provides immense conservation, economic and social benefits, and in some places…

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