Are you passionate about country sports? Would you like to play a leading role in the promotion of country sports tourism in Scotland? An exciting opportunity has become available to join The Scottish Country Sports Tourism Group (SCSTG) as our project manager. The...
There are many heroes in world of game cuisine… chefs & cooks, farmers’ market stalls, producers, restaurants, pubs, butchers, estate managers and retailers… but game is still not getting the recognition it deserves. Already in their second year, the national Eat Game Awards (EGA) are determined to change this. Now’s your chance to nominate those who ensure we get to enjoy this tasty, steeped-in-provenance, countryside fayre.* Nominations open to the public from 1 June here .
Great publicity for SCSTG in an article by Iona Laing of the GWCT in ‘The Scotsman’ following the success of our ‘Junior Macnab Challenge’ at the Scottish Game Fair last month – see https://bit.ly/2nkaT1L for the full story!
Well done to The Angus Glens Moorland Group (AGMG), who were awarded winners of the Conservation and Environment category at the Scottish Rural Awards ceremony earlier this week. AGMG was set up just three years ago with the intention of showcasing work and community life in remote Angus glens, and the award reflected the broad spectrum of their work.
Bienvenue dans le bulletin d’information électronique SCSTG d’août 2017. Pendant la saison des salons, SCSTG s’est employé à promouvoir l’Écosse comme destination touristique propice à la chasse et à la pêche, au « Elmia Game Fair » à Jönköping, en Suède, au mois de mai, au « GWCT Scottish Fair » à Scone, à « The Game Fair » à Hatfield House en juillet et au « Moy Highland Fieldsports Fair » au début du mois d’août.