The National Gamekeepers’ Organisation is looking forward to welcoming members and visitors to its stand at the British Shooting Show, NEC, Birmingham between 16 and 18 February 2018. The NGO is co-sponsoring the Gamekeeping Hall at this year’s event, which is the largest trade and retail shooting show in the UK and Europe. This is the tenth anniversary of the British Shooting Show.
The NGO is looking forward to welcoming members and visitors to its stand at the British Shooting Show, NEC, Birmingham between 16 and 18 February 2018. The NGO is co-sponsoring the Gamekeeping Hall at this year’s event, which is the largest trade and retail shooting show in the UK and Europe. This is the tenth anniversary of the British Shooting Show.
The gameshooting season may be done and dusted for the winter, but shoot day conviviality will live on for the duration of the show on the NGO stand, styled to recapture the cheery atmosphere of the beaters’ bothy (complete with log burner!). So do drop in, and over a cup of tea:
– discover the latest developments in the keepering world;
– get expert advice from NGO Firearms Advisor, Alan Barrell;
– answer trophy measurement questions with the CIC Evaluation Board;
– talk product with NGO sponsors, Ariat, the manufacturer of state-of-the art, technical country footwear and, Deerhunter, the premium shooting and stalking clothing maker;
– watch and learn about the world of taxidermy.
The NGO’s Northern Development Officer, Sarah Read, said: “The NGO is delighted to be the co-sponsor of the Gamekeeping Hall at the British Shooting Show. There is always a great buzz at the British Shooting Show and the NEC, being centrally located in the Midlands, right at the heart of the motorway network, makes it the perfect venue. See you in Birmingham.”
Considered by many shooters to be the UK and Europe’s premier trade and retail shooting show, visitors to the British Shooting Show can browse a vast range of shotguns, rifles, pistols, air rifles, airsoft, optics, night vision and thermal imaging equipment, hunting knives, wildfowling kit, gundog supplies, country clothing and footwear. Look out, too, for ammunition and reloading equipment, collections of historical arms, gunsmith and engraving demonstrations, and a wealth of arena displays.
Three enormous exhibition halls afford visitors to the British Shooting Show the benefit of more than 600 shooting-related manufacturers, distributors and retailers. For more information on the show, please visit shootingshow.co.uk
Notes to Editors
The National Gamekeepers’ Organisation represents the gamekeepers of England and Wales, defending and promoting gamekeeping, gamekeepers and ensuring high standards throughout the profession. The NGO was founded in 1997 by a group of gamekeepers who felt that their profession was threatened by public misunderstanding and poor representation. Today, there are around 13,000 members of the National Gamekeepers’ Organisation. www.nationalgamekeepers.org.uk