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The Field

Apr 01 2021
Magazine

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd The Field is a monthly glossy magazine dedicated to those brave souls who shoot, fish and hunt way beyond the call of duty. Since 1853, its staff has selflessly brought its readers the cream of rural life, be it pheasant shooting, dry-fly fishing or the distinct merits of Cheval Blanc. If you love field sports, errant terriers and very foxy friends at hunt balls, The Field is for you.

The Field

Replacing the Hunting Act • It has been a disaster both for rural hunting communities and animal welfare; now is the time to pick up the hammer and fashion its replacement, as Rob Williams explains

Field in focus

BRIEFING

Red squirrels poised for recovery?

BGA now open to smaller shoots

SPORTING COMPANIONS

One good deed…

FIELD CHAMPIONS

Social spotlight

To do this month

Gunsmiths rally for mental health

Practical solutions for partridges

The Grand National

THE FIELD delivered to your door for just £20.99*

Kit to covert • Our monthly guide to everything notable in the field for sporting enthusiasts and those keen on country life

Letters

The rub of the green • An increasing amount of environmental jargon risks alienating those who need to engage with the climate change agenda, says Rupert Bates

Country estate of the month • HIGH BROADWOOD HALL, NORTHUMBERLAND

Six of the best: Devon & Cornwall

Savouring the spring • April is an enchanting time to be in England, say Neil and Serena Cross, one anticipating stalking roe buck and the other a slightly unusual egg hunt

A perfect par tnership • A gundog’s role does not begin and end on shoot day. The partnership seen on the peg is just one incarnation of this magical alliance

Small wonders • The size of our terriers is no indication of bravery or personality, each one bred as the ideal opponent for its intended quarry

Caerhays, where colour and sport collide • The Cornish estate is as famous for its rhododendrons and magnolias as it is for its excellent shoot

The ways of the cuckoo • It’s the herald of spring and one of the most distinctive voices in the dawn chorus, but the cuckoo is as devious as it is clever

Spring Sale 5 ISSUES FOR £5/$5/€5 • BIG SAVINGS ON OUR BEST-SELLING MAGAZINES

How to master rolling your own rods • Many people tie their own flies but have you considered building your own rod? It’s not as difficult as you might imagine…

Season in the sun • Much like a torrid affair with a new mistress, summer jumping is as thrilling as it is short-lived

First in Arms • The Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry – now part of the Royal Wessex Yeomanry, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this month – has long included notable figures and a sporting reputation

Time to try the catch of the day • Buying fresh, seasonal, locally caught fish is sustainable and supports Britain’s fishing industry. So why not give megrim, pollock or gurnard a go?

FISH COUNTER INTUITIVE

And all because… • Britain’s Quakers were denied access to the professions in the early 19th century, they turned to industry – including chocolate

QUAKERISM

Private ceremony to public pageant • Ten years ago this month, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge married before the world – but royal weddings weren’t always such universal affairs

Country estate

Country queries • Send queries to Rosie Macdonald, Country Queries Editor, The Field, Pinehurst II, Pinehurst Road, Farnborough Business Park, Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 7BF. Email: country-queries@hectareshouse.co.uk For more, go to: thefield.co.uk

THE FIELD GUNDOG AWARDS 2021 • Entrants for Gundog Photograph of the Year,...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 124 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: Apr 01 2021

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  • Release date: March 10, 2021

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Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd The Field is a monthly glossy magazine dedicated to those brave souls who shoot, fish and hunt way beyond the call of duty. Since 1853, its staff has selflessly brought its readers the cream of rural life, be it pheasant shooting, dry-fly fishing or the distinct merits of Cheval Blanc. If you love field sports, errant terriers and very foxy friends at hunt balls, The Field is for you.

The Field

Replacing the Hunting Act • It has been a disaster both for rural hunting communities and animal welfare; now is the time to pick up the hammer and fashion its replacement, as Rob Williams explains

Field in focus

BRIEFING

Red squirrels poised for recovery?

BGA now open to smaller shoots

SPORTING COMPANIONS

One good deed…

FIELD CHAMPIONS

Social spotlight

To do this month

Gunsmiths rally for mental health

Practical solutions for partridges

The Grand National

THE FIELD delivered to your door for just £20.99*

Kit to covert • Our monthly guide to everything notable in the field for sporting enthusiasts and those keen on country life

Letters

The rub of the green • An increasing amount of environmental jargon risks alienating those who need to engage with the climate change agenda, says Rupert Bates

Country estate of the month • HIGH BROADWOOD HALL, NORTHUMBERLAND

Six of the best: Devon & Cornwall

Savouring the spring • April is an enchanting time to be in England, say Neil and Serena Cross, one anticipating stalking roe buck and the other a slightly unusual egg hunt

A perfect par tnership • A gundog’s role does not begin and end on shoot day. The partnership seen on the peg is just one incarnation of this magical alliance

Small wonders • The size of our terriers is no indication of bravery or personality, each one bred as the ideal opponent for its intended quarry

Caerhays, where colour and sport collide • The Cornish estate is as famous for its rhododendrons and magnolias as it is for its excellent shoot

The ways of the cuckoo • It’s the herald of spring and one of the most distinctive voices in the dawn chorus, but the cuckoo is as devious as it is clever

Spring Sale 5 ISSUES FOR £5/$5/€5 • BIG SAVINGS ON OUR BEST-SELLING MAGAZINES

How to master rolling your own rods • Many people tie their own flies but have you considered building your own rod? It’s not as difficult as you might imagine…

Season in the sun • Much like a torrid affair with a new mistress, summer jumping is as thrilling as it is short-lived

First in Arms • The Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry – now part of the Royal Wessex Yeomanry, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this month – has long included notable figures and a sporting reputation

Time to try the catch of the day • Buying fresh, seasonal, locally caught fish is sustainable and supports Britain’s fishing industry. So why not give megrim, pollock or gurnard a go?

FISH COUNTER INTUITIVE

And all because… • Britain’s Quakers were denied access to the professions in the early 19th century, they turned to industry – including chocolate

QUAKERISM

Private ceremony to public pageant • Ten years ago this month, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge married before the world – but royal weddings weren’t always such universal affairs

Country estate

Country queries • Send queries to Rosie Macdonald, Country Queries Editor, The Field, Pinehurst II, Pinehurst Road, Farnborough Business Park, Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 7BF. Email: country-queries@hectareshouse.co.uk For more, go to: thefield.co.uk

THE FIELD GUNDOG AWARDS 2021 • Entrants for Gundog Photograph of the Year,...


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