The National Gamekeepers’ Organisation is once again co-sponsoring the Gamekeeping Hall at the British Shooting Show in February 2019
The National Gamekeepers’ Organisation is once again co-sponsoring the Gamekeeping Hall at the British Shooting Show, which is being held at the NEC in Birmingham on 15th – 17th February 2019.
Tim Weston, the NGO’s Development Officer is delighted that the NGO is returning to this popular and well attended event. He said, “February is a perfect time for many gamekeepers to start preparing for the season ahead and the British Shooting Show is an ideal opportunity to catch up with the latest products and services as well as having a comfortable meeting place on the NGO stand.”
The NGO will be looking forward to welcoming existing members and visitors to its stand which will be styled to recapture the cheery atmosphere of a beaters’ bothy – complete with a working log burner.
Visitors to the NGO stand will be able to:
Learn of the work carried out to protect and conserve the British countryside
Discover the latest developments in the gamekeeping world
Get expert advice from NGO Firearms Adviser, Alan Barrell
Answer trophy measurement questions with the CIC evaluation Board
Talk products and discounts available through NGO sponsors
The Gamekeeping Hall, which is co-sponsored by the NGO, will brim with exhibitors offering the latest products and services including game rearing systems, feeding equipment, gundog training accessories, wildfowling aids, bespoke netting, animal transit boxes, communication systems and specialist clothing.
The British Shooting Show is being held at the NEC in Birmingham from 15 – 17th February 2019. There is ample free car parking for those arriving by car or alternatively, the NEC is connected to the national rail network with services running all day from Birmingham International Railway Station.
Tickets are available at discounted prices by visiting: www.shootingshow.co.uk. Accompanied visitors aged 15 and under go free.
Notes to Editors:
The National Gamekeepers’ Organisation: The National Gamekeepers’ Organisation (NGO) represents the gamekeepers of England and Wales. The NGO defends and promotes gamekeeping and gamekeepers and works to ensure high standards throughout the profession. The National Gamekeepers’ Organisation was founded in 1997 by a group of gamekeepers who felt that keepering was threatened by public misunderstanding and poor representation. Today, there are 13,000 members of the National Gamekeepers’ Organisation. www.nationalgamekeepers.org.uk