Guest edited by The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s driven chief executive Teresa Dent CBE, this issue is rammed with heavyweight essayists and thought leaders. The late AA Gill pens a long read on his love affair with tweed, Lady Martha Sitwell writes a light-hearted billet-doux to her country dogs living in central London, Sidney Hiscox takes a trip to Cameroon to fish on an untouched stretch of the River Faro and we quiz the current Master of the Gunmakers’ Livery Company Major Graham Hill. As guest editor, Teresa wanted to highlight the work the GWCT has done for the good of shooting since 1931, so former chairman Ian Coghill gives a comprehensive overview that cannot fail to impress. His colleague Joe Dimbleby brings us Working Conservationists, the land managers leading UK wildlife recovery and we meet Rory Kennedy, the West Lothian-based director for the Scottish arm of the charity. Plus there’s shooting from Brimpsfield Park in Gloucestershire and all our regular favourite contributors like James Percy discussing future land use and Thomas van Straubenzee on rural property.