About The British Game Alliance
The British Game Alliance is the official marketing board for the UK game industry. As a not-for-profit organisation, we work to promote the value of all feathered game to the public whilst exploring new markets at home and overseas. Through our 'British Game' assurance scheme we can ensure the provenance of our game meets rigorous and ethical standards.
Why buy British Game?
Game is a healthy, ethical and environmentally friendly food. Carrying the 'British Game Alliance' stamp you can be sure of the provenance of your meat.
Selling British Game?
As a shoot or game dealer, the BGA can help you find new and appropriate outlets for your game.
Latest BGA News
Updated 27 November 2020
A statement on the pressing need for self assurance
Liam Stokes provides BGA members with a Q and A session.
Although regulations currently state that the national lockdown in England will last up to and including 2 December, new Government guidance indicates that shooting will be permitted from the beginning of 2nd December.
The BGA and Countryside Alliance have been working closely with Defra to create this document.
The George in Vernham Dean is helping to celebrate Game Week with these tasty offerings.
The Gamekeepers Welfare Trust (GWT) has launched a new helpline.
‘Great British Game Week’ takes place from 23rd – 29th November in partnership with Taste of Game and the British Game Alliance.
How to spot avian influenza (bird flu), what to do if you suspect it, and measures to prevent it.
An Avian Influenza Prevention Zone has been declared across England, Scotland and Wales.
An all Wales Avian Influenza Prevention Zone is being introduced to mitigate the risk of infection following recent confirmed cases in England, Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs Lesley Griffiths announced today.
Avian Influenza Prevention Zone declared in response to cases of highly pathogenic H5N8 in GB and Europe.