The Game Fair and the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) are proud to announce the extension of their partnership, underlining the commitment of both organisations to conservation, education and awareness.
The renewed agreement, which runs until the end of the 2027 Game Fair, will strengthen BASC’s role as the main partner for the annual event, and build on the success of the two organisations’ long-standing collaboration by continuing to address the vital issues affecting rural communities and countryside stakeholders.
Thanks to the partnership, BASC members will continue to be offered complimentary entry to all three days of the event and will be able to purchase guest tickets at a discounted rate.
This year’s Game Fair will be held 26 – 28 July in the beautiful and historical grounds of Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and a UNESCO world heritage site.
James Gower, Managing Director of Stable Events who organise the show said, “The Game Fair and BASC share a common vision of championing the interests of rural communities. This extended partnership is a testament to the success we have achieved together and our shared commitment to addressing important issues affecting the countryside.
“The extended agreement signifies a robust and enduring collaboration between The Game Fair and BASC. Both organisations are committed to fostering positive change in the countryside, and this long-term commitment offers reassurance to associated groups.”
Ian Bell, Chief Executive of BASC adds, “We are delighted to extend our partnership with The Game Fair, reinforcing our shared dedication to the values of conservation, education, and responsible shooting. The longevity of this agreement reflects the strength of our collaboration and the positive outcomes we have achieved together.”