Countryside Alliance

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The Countryside Alliance (CA) is a British organisation promoting issues relating to the countryside such as country sports, including hunting, shooting and angling. In 2008 the group was named the 'most inspiring political personality' of the last ten years by Channel 4 News.[1]



It was formed on 10 July 1997 from three organisations: the British Field Sports Society, and two other organisations (the Countryside Business Group and the Countryside Movement) which were formed with help from the British Field Sports Society. It is based near the Oval tube station at the junction of the A3 and A23.


The organisation covers mainly England and Wales, and is split into ten regions:

The Scottish Countryside Alliance covers the country of Scotland and the Countryside Alliance Ireland both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

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