It was a great pleasure to be present at The Borders College on 19th April to meet with Scottish Sporting organisations and discuss how we can work together to improve our services and become a greater force for good. There were lots of ideas and great enthusiasm in the room to make a difference so […]
Traditionally our new season in February marks a new start but a New Year does give us pause to reflect on our own lives and how we wish to live and work in the 21st Century whatever stage of life we find ourselves. There have been some excellent stories of making a difference to individual […]
As I write this note the trees are turning and the swallows on their way South with partridge in every hedgerow and pheasants awandering! Grouse days have been fruitful and frustrating for nearby moors, with fog and muggy weather on some days and cool conditions on others. Par for the course, but always good to […]
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Thank you to everyone involved in the fantastic Abbeystead Dog Show and Scurry which raised £480.00 for the Gamekeepers’ Welfare Trust (supported for the second year). A fabulous day by all accounts and lots of fun. Especial thank you to Helen Foster and her family and friends – a lot of hard work undertaken. We […]
A fantastic £1590.00 was raised for the Gamekeepers’ Welfare Trust organised by Kirsty and supported by Jamie’s parents and friends. We would like to thank everyone involved and congratulate the winners who are featured below along with Jamie’s Mum and Dad.
We were surprised and delighted by the quality and quantity of entries to our poetry competition with the theme:
GAMEKEEPING FOR LIFE
Thank you to all the entrants and many congratulations. Thank you too to our judges Sir John Scott Bt, Lady Scott, Lindsay Waddell and Patrick Galbraith.
The winner of the adult section is Dr Graham Coates-Gibson with his tribute to “Old Raife.”
The Gamekeepers’ Welfare Trust support gamekeepers, stalkers and ghillies and their dependents in a number of ways:-
“Much of the work of the Gamekeepers Welfare Trust goes unnoticed by most of the NGO membership…”
As a small charity we rely on the goodwill of others in order to continue our work in supporting gamekeepers, stalkers and ghillies and their dependents. We understand that there are many worthy causes but are appreciative of every penny donated to the Gamekeepers’ Welfare Trust.