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Young Shots’ Day at Kinblethmont, near Arbroath

The sun shone for SYCET's Young Shots' Day (in conjunction with BASC) which was held at Kinblethmont near Arbroath on Saturday, courtesy of Mike Hardy and his team. The eight youngsters had a terrific day, shooting well and safely and with two of them each managing to...

Perth Rural Skills Students’ Visit to Teasses Estate

SYCET had a great day at Teasses Estate in Fife with a group of Rural Skills students from Perth Academy on a sparkling autumn day last week, learning about how good estate management can encourage diversity of birds as well as other wildlife.  Head Keeper Kenny gave...

St David’s Scouts Survival Camp, Fife

St David's Scouts in Fife held a Survival Camp at the weekend and SYCET arranged for Cat and John from Scotland's Natural Larder to give the Scouts a demonstration of wild food preparation and cookery, including rabbit - they all joined in and had a great time!...

AGMG/SYCET Schools’ Visit, Angus Glens

SYCET was pleased to support the Angus Glens Moorland Group (AGMG)'s Schools Visits, and joined forces with them and BASC Scotland for the last of four visits to estates in the Angus Glens on Friday 7th June. Thirty-two children from...

SYCET at Kelvinside Academy Wilderness Camp, Corgarff

SYCET, in association with BASC Scotland, joined forces with Kelvinside Academy at their Wilderness Camp in Corgarff, Strathdon earlier this week for 2 days of countryside activities.  Despite rather damp weather everyone had a great time. On Monday the 15 S6 pupils...

SYCET Sponsoring the Junior Macnab Challenge for 2019

SYCET is delighted to again be sponsoring the Junior Macnab Challenge being organised by the Scottish Country Sports Tourism Group (SCSTG) at the GWCT Scottish Game Fair at Scone Palace this summer. This free event will be taking place from 5th - 7th July and is open...

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