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Heather Trust Prize Draw 2015

buckThe Heather Trust Country Market and Sporting Sale will return this year on 17th April, and already a range of exciting new lots has been donated – everything from a trip to a London diamond house to a day’s hind stalking at the stunning Glen Muick estate on Deeside. Much more information will be published in due course regarding the Auction itself, which begins on April 17th, but we are very excited to offer another Prize Draw after the success of the Croick Draw in 2014.

We are delighted to announce that in 2015, we will be working with Hunting Experiences and the Buccleuch and Queensberry Arms Hotel in Thornhill to offer a fantastic trip for two to stalk roe in beautiful Dumfriesshire this year.

Accommodation for the prize winners will be at the stunning Buccleuch and Queensberry Arms, recently described by the Shooting Gazette magazine as “stylish and comfortable”, being set in “a stunning part of Scotland with long, wide valleys and dramatic hills providing seemingly endless vistas of unspoilt countryside” – what more could you ask?

Dumfries and Galloway offers the perfect balance between accessibility and seclusion, with Glasgow, Edinburgh and Carlisle all within short driving distance. Over the past few years, south west Scotland has really come into its own as a sporting destination, now boasting some of the finest shooting and fieldsports anywhere in Britain, all set in wild, gorgeous countryside. The Prize can be taken any time at a date to suit the winners, providing a fantastic opportunity to explore this hidden corner of Scotland. Bucks or does are both available according to the season.

Tickets for the Prize Draw are now on sale on the Heather Trust website at £10 each, and the draw itself will take place on May 1st 2015 when the auction closes. All proceeds from the Prize Draw and Sale go to fund the important work of the Heather Trust, promoting the very best in integrated moorland management for sport, conservation and agriculture. For more information, visit www.auction.heathertrust.co.uk

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