Purdey Awards for Game and Conservation
James Purdey & Sons are delighted to announce that The Purdey Awards for Game and Conservation will return for 2022, with applications open from January via the Purdey website.
Established in 1999, The Purdey Awards for Game and Conservation have been held annually to promote a wider appreciation of the outstanding game and habitat conservation work carried out by shoots throughout the United Kingdom and to give well-deserved recognition and reward to the best. Since its founding, over 250 shoots, from the smallest to some of the largest across the UK have entered The Purdey Awards. Entries have ranged from grouse moors restorations to grey partridge projects, from fenland wild pheasant shoots to wildfowling clubs, and includes a superbly restored one-acre wild duck flighting pond.
To date, over 75 individuals, syndicates or clubs have won a Purdey Award for Game and Conservation, sharing more than £100,000 in prize money.
If you have any questions about the Awards, please contact email@example.com or call us on 020 7499 1801.