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Young Shots Introduction to Deer Stalking

Due to the outbreak of COVID 19 and government guidance on non-essential social gatherings, BASC has taken the decision to postpone all training courses scheduled up until the end of May.
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Date(s)

17/08/2019

Time

9:30 am - 4:00 pm


Location: Owls Barn Larder

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This is a fantastic opportunity for youngsters to learn about the importance of deer management in the UK.

The day will include talks about deer management theory & the equipment used. A visit to a deer larder for a butchery demo and an estate walk looking for evidence of deer.  There will be range time watching a live fire demonstration & discussing shot placement.  There will also be a visit from UKDTR with their tracking dogs.

They will need to bring suitable clothes for the weather and for a walk in the countryside (long trousers and stout shoes).  All other equipment will be supplied

BASC members and non members welcome.
Minimum age: 10 years
Maximum age: 16 years

Members: £27.50 pp
Non-members: £30.00 pp+ booking fee

All equipment will be provided but Young Shots will need to bring a packed lunch and clothing suitable for the weather conditions and a walk in the countryside (long trousers)

For more information call the Southwest office on 01884 260 910 or email southwest@basc.org.uk.  To book click HERE

**NB Bookings are made through Eventbrite which is a 3rd party online platform and as such BASC cannot be held responsible for any activity resulting for it’s use. If you prefer not to use Eventbrite to book please contact the office on 01884 260 910