SPORTING ASSOCIATIONS AT NI COUNTRYSPORTS FAIR 2018
BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR SHOOTING & CONSERVATION
The British Association for Shooting & Conservation (BASC) has had a long relationship with the Northern Ireland Countrysports Fair. Northern Ireland Director, Tommy Mayne and his team are returning to the NI Countrysports Fair in 2018, where they will be at hand in the BASC village to provide advice and guidance on a range of topics including firearms and wildlife legislation, firearms licensing, land management, conservation and BASC courses.
The team look forward to welcoming existing members in addition to taking new members on the day so of the show.
Whilst visiting the BASC village remember to call with your favourite country sports traders who will have a variety of supplies and accessories on offer.
Countryside Alliance’s have a long association with the NI Countrysports Fair. Their vision is of a vital, working and thriving countryside for the benefit of the whole nation with the Association being champion of the countryside and rural communities.
CAI will again have a significant presence at the NI Countrysports Fair this year, with a marquee adjacent to the event’s Main Arena. The Countryside Alliance stand will also have the following exhibitors in their marquee: British Deer Society NI, the Irish Trophy Commission, Sunnyland Beagles, PSNI FEB and PSNI WLO (Sunday only).
Members are welcome to call in and have a chat with their staff who will be at hand each day at the show.
SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION FOR COUNTRY SPORTS
The Scottish Association for Country Sports (SACS) has been involved with the NI Countrysports Fair for well over a decade and has designated the fair as its Membership Event for Northern Ireland.
The association’s work in Northern Ireland extends to the major areas of country sports in the Province where it is represented on the main Governmental bodies.
Members of the SACS team will be on hand to provide membership information at the show and to meet with existing members to discuss particular needs associated with country sports in Northern Ireland.
COUNTRY SPORTS IRELAND
This year we welcome Country Sports Ireland to the show. This is a rapidly growing local country sports membership organisation, fully operational throughout Ireland. Its team is passionate about providing every member with the very highest levels of service, support and expert advice.
Their representatives will be at hand over the fair weekend to meet with members, existing and new, to chat about the work the organisation does and to field any questions or queries.
Please remember to call with the various associations at the show, who work hard year round to protect the future of country sports and the rural way of life!