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 […]
We are now reflecting on our first conference in a series of five throughout the country with delight, pride and true gratitude to those who came along to speak on the day, support us through sponsorship and practical help and delegates who joined us. Lord Aylesford as our Chairman hosted the event with typical generosity, […]
For the gamekeeper being made redundant, retiring, or simply losing their job due to circumstance, housing is usually the most important concern.
Please complete the following questionnaire which will give a clearer picture of the situation for 2015, drawn up by Harrison Riddle (keepers son) as part of his dissertation at Harper Adams University. We would like to support this important study.
It can be filled in online at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1MkYoaXLB78NX4FJ3-kNdrvY8uLWAsZYI4QiQzcl4kYM/viewform
Or alternatively you can request a copy to fill in via email by contacting Harrison directly at email@example.com
Everyone should try and make provision in later life or in an emergency or unforeseen circumstance but this is not always possible and we are there to try and plug the gap.
For those who are retiring we help all we can, liaising with local authorities, helping with top up rents and deposits and friendly support along the way.
In redundancy, every assistance will be made to provide help with temporary housing, either private rentals or whatever is suitable, deposits, top up rents where eligible. We are there to help you.
Contact us for further information on: 01677 470180 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Every call is confidential.
The first Sportsmans Supper was held recently at Kirkbymoorside Golf Club with 90 keepers and friends enjoying venison burgers and sausages from a local shoot in support of The Gamekeepers’ Welfare Trust. Organised by Nick Binnington (shown here in full swing during the auction) and supported by the National Gamekeepers Organisation and the British Association […]
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 […]