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First Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust summer dinner raises £6000


The first-ever summer dinner held to raise funds for the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) has raised an impressive £6000. The money was raised through ticket sales, donations and live auctions.

Countryside enthusiasts attending the event gathered at the elegant Calvalry & Guards Club and guests included: adventurists Hugo and Ross Turner, TV racing presenter Flora Gibbs, photographer Alistair Guy, professional hunter Ollie Williams, as well as TV personalities Julius Cowdrey and Freddie Brown. The evening was also enjoyed by other society guests. It began with an energetic reception and continued with a three-course meal, as well as a popular live auction.

GWCT will use the funds wisely. The charity funds education and research projects and carries out conservation activities that are firmly supported by science. GWCT’s focus has been on hen harriers conservation, led ammunition, driven grouse hunting, gamebird release, woodcock, and curlew conservation.

The GWCT is a vital service in a time when fieldsports are under greater pressure than ever. It counters misinformation with facts that have been thoroughly researched.

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