Monthly Archives: July 2016

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Perfect summer recipes: countryside punch

Make the ultimate drinks for summer with our cocktail spinner

However we choose to make the most of the Great British sunshine, it’s always better with a glass in hand, and now we’ve got an amazing recipe for a delicious summer drink with a difference. Complete with delicious summer berries and vodka, this summer punch is a fruity delight worth savouring. A top up of Continue Reading →

Team GB’s shooters show excellent potential for Rio

Team GB shooters look set to do well at 2016 Rio Olympics with shooting accessories

With the Olympics in Rio just around the corner, Team GB’s .50 calibre shooters have shown just what they are capable of, and look set to do well in the upcoming games. After they took part in the recent Fifty Calibre Shooters Association (FCSA) World Championships and took home nine trophies, we’re excited to see Continue Reading →

New coastal path opens in Kent and East Sussex

Explore the new England Coastal Path in East Sussex and Kent with our walking equipment

A brand new coastal path has been opened in Kent and East Sussex, making another 66 miles of south-east England’s coastline accessible to the public.

New higher-priced milk brand aims to help struggling dairy farmers

A delicious glass of milk to enjoy in one of our bone china mugs

In a recent survey, almost two in three people said that they would be willing to pay more for their dairy products if they knew that struggling farmers would directly reap the benefits. Dairy brand Arla have responded to the public’s opinion by launching a new ‘Farmers’ Milk’, which is currently on sale in Asda. Continue Reading →

Five foods you can forage this summer and how to cook them

Chickweed, an edible plant to forage and cook with our kitchen essentials

Though we all know that nettles and elderflowers can be put to good use, there’s plenty of other delicacies to be discovered in nature this summer that many of us don’t know about. Foraging is great for adding something different to your meal which is not only tasty and nutritious but also something you can Continue Reading →

Our Summer Sale Ends This Sunday

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With up to 50% off thousands of shooting accessories, hunting equipment and country clothing, don’t wait to treat yourself. Our summer sale ends this Sunday, so it’s time to get shopping! A Little Bit About Fur, Feather and Fin As a family run business based in the heart of the country – Chichester, we at Continue Reading →

Lead ammunition ban ruled out by Liz Truss

Havana Brown Leather Cartridge Belt to store all of your shotgun ammunition

The UK’s Secretary of State for the Environment, Liz Truss, has ruled out a lead ammunition ban, responding to a controversial issue in the world of shooting.

Join in with the Big Butterfly Count this summer

Butterflies spotted in the Big Butterfly Count while wearing our outdoor clothing

The world’s largest butterfly survey, the Big Butterfly Count, run by the charity Butterfly Conservation, is now underway, and is counting on you to help spot the UK’s butterflies.

British dairy ice cream farmers are put on the map by the NFU

Delicious British dairy ice cream served with our ice cream scoop in a cone

With summer now in full swing, you can now both enjoy delicious ice cream and support UK dairy farmers thanks to a new interactive and digital map created by the NFU.

A brief history of tweed, an enduring country classic

A history of tweed clothing in Scotland and the UK

With a history stretching back over two hundred years, tweed has been an enduring staple for those who enjoy their lives in the great outdoors, providing warmth, comfort and a smart appearance. One common misconception about tweed is that it is named after the River Tweed, which makes its way up from Tweedsmuir and through Continue Reading →