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Purdey Awards deadline on 11th May - could you win?

Purdey Awards deadline on 11th May - could you win?

The Purdey Awards have been going for 30 years and cover all types and sizes of shoot which can show benefits to conservation and biodiversity.  The rewards are the prestige and cash which could help to develop a game and conservation project.  The 2014 joint gold award winner was Allargue grouse moor in Aberdeenshire, also a Level 2 member of Wildlife Estates Scotland. The Purdey judges commented that WES accreditation was a significant factor in their decision to award the joint gold award to Allargue. For more details click here...

 

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