Get set for a GWCT summer party


The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) has unveiled the dates for its first-ever Summer Party, with the aim of getting a younger demographic involved with the Trust.

The event will be held on Friday, July 8th , in the beautiful grounds of Fulham Palace, London.

Throughout the evening, guests will enjoy the idyllic gardens of Fulham Palace with a selection of delicious food and wine. The party is also being generously supported by Wild Fox Distillery as official drinks partner, who will be supplying their gin throughout the evening via the ‘Gin Bar’.

There will also be a selection of lawn games and a DJ to dance the night away to, along with the opportunity to get involved with the event’s silent auction and raffle.

The GWCT has also invited an exclusive list of high-profile guests, including key corporate clients, sportsmen and women and HNWI. The evening will also provide the perfect networking opportunity for young working individuals, in a fun and social environment.

Money raised on the evening through ticket sales and on-the-night activities will directly support the GWCT core funding in conducting the science and using the results to influence policy and practise.

The GWCT hopes to make the Summer Party an annual event.

Teresa Dent CBE, CEO of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust said: “The aim of the event is to engage more young professionals who are passionate about the countryside with the Trust. Shooting is facing an increasing amount of criticism in areas where it should be praised for its contribution to biodiversity and the environment, and we are aiming to raise awareness of this with a new, younger audience at the event.”

Lizzie Butler-Billington, co-founder of Wild Fox Distillery, added: “We are immensely proud to be the official drinks partner for the party. It is an honour to be asked to support the event; the GWCT is a charity very close to our hearts.

“Everything we strive to create here at Wild Fox Distillery is in celebration of our Great British countryside. It is essential we do all we can to support, doing our small bit to ensure the longevity of our time-honoured traditions, species and the land they inhabit, for our future generations.”

Tickets are now available to purchase via GWCT Summer Party (