Gamekeepers, Girls and Gundogs
Monday, July 2nd, 2012
on behalf of Bell Ingram
Bell Ingram receives coverage from Deadline News on the new, quirky calendar it’s sponsored
Tweed-clad gamekeepers, models, and action-ready working dogs have been pictured in scenic locations across Scotland, England and Wales to assemble a quirky calendar for the Gamekeepers Welfare Trust calendar.
Part of the proceeds of the calendar will be donated to Hounds for Heroes, which provides specially trained assistance dogs to injured ex-servicemen and women to provide practical support and improve the quality of their lives.
Bell Ingram’s Sporting Lets division, is one of the sponsors for the project and is expected to be just as popular as its previous calendars.
Charlotte Gilfillan of Bell Ingram’s Sporting Lets said: “The calendar is a very creative way to help raise funds for those who need support and I was delighted Bell Ingram Sporting Lets was part of helping make the next edition financially possible in aid of these fantastic charities.
“A lot of organisation goes into the production of the calendar, and this year’s photographs are fantastic.”
The calendar will only cost £10 plus p&p, and will be available starting the 29th June at the major Game Fairs, the Gamekeepers Welfare Trust website and other outlets.
Bell Ingram has been offering fishing, shooting and stalking on some of Scotland’s finest estates for over a hundred years. The firm has earned an excellent reputation amongst clients and taken great care to build lasting relationships with owners, gamekeepers, ghillies and buyers of sport.
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