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THE BDS CENTRAL SCOTLAND BRANCH

Information on the British Deer Society (BDS) Central Scotland branch including events, contacts, and news.

Branch Area and committee

BDS Central Scotland Branch Area Map
Postcode Area
DD Dundee
FK Falkirk
G Glasgow
KY Kirkcaldy
PH1 – PH18 Perth

events

Date

Event

Sunday 24th July

branch shooting competition

See the news section below for more details.

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NEWS

Branch shooting competition

Central Scotland BDS will be holding their own branch shooting competition on Sunday 24th July at Balmanno Farm. All branch members are welcome.

The format will be zero checks and practice in the morning with the branch competition in the pm (or as soon as everyone is ready to start).

The competition will mirror the course of fire that will take place at the Scottish Inter-Branch Competition later in August at Jubilee Range, Glentilt.

Use of sticks, shooting off elbows (with sling) and prone will be tested. The target will be a scoring insert on the DMQ black deer.

The start time will be from 0930 to meet at Ballmanno Farm bothy.

Stay in touch

If your contact information has changed please make sure to let us know.  To update your details simply email membership@bds.org.uk or call 01425 655434.

latest news

roe deer at sunrise in a misty winter forest Norfolk by Simon Bratt

BDS Response to the Defra Consultation on Proposed Deer Management Strategy

The British Deer Society (BDS) has reviewed in detail the consultation on proposed deer management published by Defra on the 4th of August 2022. Whilst we welcome the consultation in general terms, and in particular the intent to develop a wider market for venison, we have serious concerns about some of the proposals.

Revised Wild Game Guidance

Publication of Revised Wild Game Guidance

The revised Wild Game Guidance (WGG) has been published on 25th July 2022. Revision of the content post-consultation (working in collaboration with FSA England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Food Standards Scotland), has resulted in a robust review on the WGG for England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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