May was a busy month with the Countryside Clay Shoot at Six Mile Bottom, and we are indebted to BASC, Richard Clarke and his team as well as all the competitors for making this a date to hold in the annual calendar. Bringing organisations together in a common aim and supporting good causes is […]
It is truly remarkable that most of us cannot remember another monarch whilst we have lived and most of all are in awe at Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s immense energy and stamina which outstrips most of us at the best of times. Duty, honour and trust are words which spring to mind and I hope that in […]
It is nigh on the end of the Pheasant season and I can almost hear the sigh of relief! The last few weeks are often hectic and to begin a new season of vermin control, tidying up and catching up is beckoning along with I hope, for many a well earned holiday! For the grouse […]
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The Lady Scott Rose Bowl for the Game Bird of the Year 2016 was awarded to Sally Elliot of Tullybeagle Estate Meikleour Perth At Scone GWCT Game Fair Friday 1st July John Havens, Laird of Tullybeagles says: “Through her devoted care of ponds, hedges, grassy wet bits and arable edges, our wader population has exploded […]
Once again supporters came out in droves to enjoy a superb day at Six Mile Bottom on 14th May by kind courtesy of Richard Clarke and his team along with Steve Bloomfield of BASC who organised the event. As BASC Chief Executive Richard Ali so correctly stated it is a great opportunity for different organisations […]
The Gamekeepers’ Welfare Trust was formed in 1992 in conjunction with BASC and GCT and offers a holistic service incorporating financial aid, general support and be-friending service
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.