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Tweed Times 2021 Review

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Tweed Times 2020 Review


The Gamekeepers’ Welfare Trust has launched a new telephone and online resource to provide support for anyone seeking help on any health-related concerns available for anyone in the family. Appointments can be made by telephone or online for half

GWT support for River Keepers, River Managers, Ghillies, Boatmen, Gillies

We know fishing has a range of benefits for participants, from the positive impact being by water has on our mental well-being, to the 200 calories you can burn during an hour with a rod. But what about those who work hard to provide those

The Holts Auctioneers Charitable and Legacy Lots Programme

Holts Auctioneers, the country’s leading auctioneers of ‘Fine Modern and Antique Guns’, are long-standing supporters the Gamekeepers' Welfare Trust. Now their Charitable and Legacy Lots Programme is helping people sell their guns and accessories in

Firearms and Mental Health Awareness and Support – Advice

Firearms and Mental Health Leaflet A leaflet providing information on mental health support for firearms license holders has been released by the Scottish Firearms Licensing Practitioners Group. The group is composed of organisations who represent

Have Your Say: Rural Mental Health Inquiry

The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee has launched an inquiry into the mental health of people living and working in rural communities, with a view to making recommendations on how the government can make improvements. This is an

Sir John Scott GWT Bursary 2021

Sir John Scott GWT Bursary This initiative will see £5000 supporting new research to assist the charity’s work. The successful recipient will have a personal connection to a gamekeeping profession and be interested in furthering the knowledge of an
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