Operation Wild Deer – PSNI and partners embark on an initiative to combat deer poaching

An initiative to tackle the issue of deer poaching has been running in the Clough Valley area. Following concerns from members of the public, local PSNI officers have raised the profile of the Operation Wild Deer initiative to help address the issues in this area.   Representatives from the Police…

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Appointment of New Chairman for Countryside Alliance Ireland

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Barry O’Connell as Chairman of Countryside Alliance Ireland. Barry is from a farming background and resides in rural County Cork. A keen fieldsports enthusiast, Barry is actively involved in hunting, shooting, deer stalking and fishing. Barry has held executive position with Rathcormac…

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WJ Martin (Jim) 1942 – 2016

We are very sad to report that W J Martin (Jim), a long standing CAI member and supporter passed away on 7 June 2016. Jim became one of our more familiar members a few years ago, when he phoned to renew his membership.  While he was chatting away he took…

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Tattersalls – offer for CAI Members

  This year Countryside Alliance Ireland is again pleased to be able to offer our members discounted tickets for the Tattersalls International Horse Trials and Country Fair.   Tattersalls International Horse Trials and Country Fair will run from the 1st to 5th June 2016.  Tattersalls and Countryside Alliance Ireland are…

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Holiday Closure

Please note that our offices in Dublin and Belfast will be closed on Thurs 17 March for St Patricks Day re-opening on Friday the 18 March  From all at CAI

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Barney White-Spunner receives the William Brownlow Award

Mr John Clarke (left) chairman of Countryside Alliance Ireland pictured receiving the William Brownlow award from Mr Paul Pringle (right) on behalf of Barney White-Spunner Executive Chairman of the Countryside Alliance for all his work in relation to lead shot and protecting the rural way of life. at todays press launch…

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Proposed Dog Control Orders in Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon

Draconian dog control measures are being proposed by Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon District Council.  The proposed Order relates to the fouling of land by dogs and the removal of dog faeces. Countryside Alliance Ireland (CAI) promotes responsible dog ownership and keeping lands tidy for all users.  However, the proposed Orders will apply…

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