The Field

Over the past months we have shot 20 grey squirrels as they have been causing extensive damage to our young sycamores and beeches. Yet other squirrels just come and take…

English churches have enjoyed a bell époque while ringing the changes over the centuries. Graham Downing is called to worship the soundtrack of our nation.

End-of-season grouse provide superlative sport at an affordable price if you can bag a day and shoot straight. Adrian Dangar is blown away by the drama of a gusty day…

Though we've taken to eating imported cashews, almonds, pecans and peanuts, British men and beasts should cherish our native kernel cache.

My house sits in the middle of a farm surrounded by forestry. We love to see the wildlife in our garden but are unable to have flower beds as the…

The Claire Lomas Walk Campaign and Saddle Up for Spinal Research have teamed up to produce an A5 week-to-view equestrian diary to raise funds.

Charles Rangeley-Wilson's passion for poisson is tested by the "impossible" grayling, the only fish in abundance in French rivers – with good reason.

As highlighted in The Field's Comment (November issue), risk assessments are now a vital part of any shoot, and it is incumbent upon us all to make what we do…

When Charles Rangeley-Wilson was a boy, he spent his summers fishing the far-flung loughs of Co Kerry for trout. Sneakily, via their stomachs, he’s passed his love of lake-angling to…