The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) has launched a dedicated webpage to help challenge the ban on shooting on public land in Wales.
The page (https://basc.org.uk/nrw/) allows all residents of Wales to contact their Assembly Member at the click of a button.
The page also allows those outside Wales to contact the office of Hannah Blythyn AM and Natural Resources Wales using pre-written text to convey their concerns and disappointment at the decision.
BASC Wales director Steve Griffiths said: “The manner in which Hannah Blythyn has interfered in the outcome of an evidence-based consultation and review to impose the will of anti-shooting extremists should be a wake-up call to every shooter.”
The organisation is also asking members to watch and share a short film which highlights the economic, employment and social benefits shooting brings to Wales.
Please visit: https://youtu.be/zjJJJ68MImg and pass on the link to friends and family, either by email or social media.
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