Pheasants Featured on School Menus: Solware Comments

Wilnecote, England -- (SBWire) -- 07/19/2017 --Shooting UK, an online site dedicated to providing the latest news and event on shooting sports have recently posted an article stating that pheasants are now featured on school menus. The article says that GCSE students will now be taught how to cook the bird, this is because school teachers are partnering with BASC's Taste of Game Campaign.

It has been stated that school students across the UK will now be learning the benefits of game meat such as pheasant. The secondary school teachers will have to attend an intensive workshop where they will be taught how to prepare and cook two recipes which have pheasant in. The article also states that the estimated number of GCSE students who will be receiving lessons over the next three years is a massive 60,000. Adding to this, Taste of Game are also encouraging shooters to support this new scheme by donating birds to the schools taking part.

A spokesperson from one of the leading suppliers of air pistols and air rifles in the UK was incredibly keen to comment saying, "We were delighted when we heard about this new scheme, this is because it is important for people of all ages to know the benefits of eating game meat – and teaching them at GCSE level is the perfect way to do this. Here at Solware, we fully support this scheme and hope others do to, if you would like to find out further information about the scheme or shooting sports in general, give us a call."

About Solware
Solware is one of the largest and greatest shooting supplier store in the UK. The store is run by shooters, which offer a vast collection of weapons, but also support and sponsor more shooters, grounds, charities, clubs and competitions than any other gun shop in the UK. For more information don't hesitate to visit their website.

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