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February 2014

Hunter’s Homecoming recipes for and by Scottish hunters

26/02/2014
Do you have an old recipe that’s been passed down generations that is ideal for sustaining weary deerstalkers out on the hill? The Scottish Country Sports Tourism Group (SCSTG) has teamed up with Scotland’s Natural Larder for the Year of Homecoming 2014 to celebrate the global links forged by Scots across the world by holding […]

The Hunters’ Homecoming

24/02/2014
The Scottish Country Sports Tourism Group have teamed up with Scotland’s Natural Larder for the Year of Homecoming 2014. As you know the Scots are enterprising and adventurous people; they have found their way to all parts of the world and take with them a strong identity and culture which merges with the customs of […]

The Scottish Country Sports Tourism Group hosts special networking evening for providers

19/02/2014
The Scottish Country Sports Tourism Group hosts special networking evening for providers Does your business make the most of tourism generated by the country sports sector? If not, then come along to the Scottish Country Sports Tourism Group’s (SCSTG) networking evening, ‘Working with the Country Sports Sector – Awareness and Collaboration’, on Thursday 13 March […]

BASC announces new dates for deer stalking on the Isle of Arran.

18/02/2014
The Isle of Arran Deer Management scheme, organised by the UK’s largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), has new dates available for 2014/15 season. The scheme is designed to provide practical follow-on experience for BASC members who have completed the Deer Stalking Certificate Level 1 (DSC1). It is suited to […]

SCSTG Job Opportunity

12/02/2014
Scottish Country Sports Tourism Group: Project Coordinator         Salary circa £28,000 (FTE) (plus healthcare package and pension)         The Scottish Country Sports Tourism Group was formed in 2003 as a collaboration of organisations working on behalf of land managers, fisheries managers, shooting and deer stalking interests and the public sector.  The purpose of […]

Sir Ian Botham helps launch salmon fishing season

01/02/2014
CRICKETING legend Sir Ian Botham has joined anglers to celebrate the opening of the salmon fishing season. He performed a toasting ceremony to mark the opening of the season on the River Teith. Sir Ian was piped to the river at Callander by The Tulliallan Pipe Band, accompanied by Stirling’s Provost Mike Robbins and local […]