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HUNTING

Working for the future of hunting.

Our relentless campaigning has guaranteed that we continue to enjoy our rural activity. We continue to work tirelessly to protect your sport and we use our resources wisely.
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SHOOTING

Promoting and defending shooting for future generations

We are part of an award-winning organisation that uses its political, PR and campaigning skills to get the very best results for everyone who enjoys shooting. We’re taking shooting seriously – are you?
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Angling

Working together for the future of Angling

We work in partnership with the Ulster Angling Federation and other Angling organisations to campaign for anglers rights and conservation of wild salmonid stocks. We seek fair access to angling waters for the local Angler. Together we are a strong voice for the conservation of salmon both nationally and internationally
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Dog Breeding Establishment Guidelines July 2018 – R of I

Wednesday, 18 July 2018

The Department of Rural and Community Development (the Department) has put in place a revised set of Guidelines for Dog Breeding Establishments (DBEs

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Countryside Alliance Show How Rural Activities Can Lead To Health Benefits

Wednesday, 18 July 2018

The Countryside Alliance has told a Government inquiry how taking part in rural activities such as fishing, hunting or shooting sports has shown to provide a positive impact on social mobility, education, health, and community engagement.

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The 40th Anniversary All Ireland Game Fair

Wednesday, 18 July 2018

The weekend of 23 & 24 June 2018 was blessed with unseasonably good weather which was very welcome for the organisers and attendees at the All Ireland Game Fair at Shanes Castle in County Antrim.

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Be Wildfire Aware

Wednesday, 18 July 2018

In 2017 the fire service attended over 2,072 gorse fires across Ireland.
While the majority of gorse fires attended by the Fire & Rescue Services are started deliberately they can also be started unintentionally by thoughtless and careless behaviour.
Both deliberate and accidental fires can cost lives and they are asking that the public heed fire safety advice to protect themselves and the countryside. These fires can easily spread and even a slight change in wind direction can pose a serious risk to life, property and the environment. 

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