Welcome to the website for Hull and East Riding Wildfowlers Association.


Tidepool October 2016 Newsletter We hope you’ve got off to productive start to the  Wildfowling season We’ve masses of new stock available in the Ebayshop all available at a 10% discount to mailing list members,either ring and pay over the phone 0116 2776969 or [more]

Weather warning potential flooding

A ‘heads-up’ warning to wildfowlers accessing the foreshore on these next big tides   ffc-briefing-note-for-east-coast-flood-risk-from-28-september-2016-2 [more]

Clubs meet to discuss BASC issues

H&ERWA invited a number of wildfowling club representatives from around the country to discuss the role of the BASC in dealing with wildfowling matters at local and national levels and how our Association (BASC) was dealing with the potential threats to wildfowling from [more]

Update on H&ERWA’s ongoing issues with the BASC

Wildfowling Clubs Make Representation to New BASC Chairman   Over recent years the Humber wildfowling clubs have had concerns over the lack of support provided by the BASC on matters relating to wildfowling, in particular with regard to consents issued by Natural [more]

Stop Clause 81 of the police and crime bill being passed as law

Government responded: The UK has some of the toughest gun control laws in the world and we are determined to keep it that way. The Government keeps the firearms licensing system under review to safeguard against abuse by criminals and to preserve public safety. Following [more]

FACE UK campaign - action on the EU Firearms Directive

 Where does your MEP stand on proposed changes to the European firearms law? Click here to go to our new European lobbying website where you can find out who your local MEP is and contact them about the proposed changes The European Commission is pressing for changes to [more]

From the first meeting in the Young Peoples Institute (YPI) in George Street in Hull in January 1953, the Club has gone from strength to strength. The Association celebrated it’s 60th anniversary in 2013 and has a active membership.

The club actively encourages members to get involved in the Association and to this end has a number of sections to encourage this.  This includes a Clay Pigeon Section which holds regular tuition and competitions throughout the summer months.  Prizes and trophies are competed for on a regular basis.  The section regulary raises money for special causes events and club funds through organised charity shoots.

Similarly during the summer the Dog Training Section offers tuition and facilities to improve dog handling skills.  Weekly sessions are held on the Association’s own land.

The Conservation and Public Relations Section oversees the Association’s involvement in all aspects of conservation including the development of the Club’s own conservation ponds and wildlife and habitat improvement projects.  The Section also actively promotes the Association’s activities and promotes wildfowling and fieldsports in general.  The Associations involvement with conservation projects helps to improve the public perception of wildfowling and Field sports in general.

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