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We have a limited number of opportunities to welcome new Measurers to the team. Anyone interested must be available to attend a two-day training event on the 30th and 31st of March 2019 in Hampshire. You should be passionate about the subject, have a strong depth of knowledge and experience relating to the six UK deer species and be willing and able to attend events where the measuring service is offered, particularly over the summer show season.
Please send an expression of interest to Glyn Ingram by email to email@example.com giving details of your experience and reasons for applying.
We were delighted to receive a note from a very happy gentleman called Paul from South Wales who won a couple of lots in our 2018 Internet Auction. He gave us some excellent feedback on the experience he had during 2 lots he had won:
“…just a quick note to let you know how much we enjoyed the two auction lots that I secured in this year’s auction. The first was a day out with Rupert Shaw at Gledpark deer farm in Kirkcudbright (www.gledpark.co.uk) and the second a day’s accompanied stalk courtesy of Jack Cosgrove near West Calder.
In response to demand from members BDS has launched a new Family Membership category for 2 adults (each with full voting rights) and up to 3 children up to and including age 18 in full time education. A family can now take advantage of a reduced membership fee, and enjoy all the benefits of a BDS membership. Each family member is also eligible to purchase Field Sports Insurance for an additional £19 per person.
The local BDS branches will be holding their AGMS over the coming months, and all members are invited to attend. pdf View dates and locations (32 KB) .
For more information about the local BDS branches please view the local branch pages on the BDS website
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