Welcome to the website of the Cambridgeshire Field Sports Association. Please choose an option from the three displayed below, or from those
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Who are we?
The Cambridgeshire Field Sports Association (CFSA) is a group of individuals with a passion for the country side,
a love of field sports and a commitment to conservation and the sustainable management of wetlands and arable farmland.
To find out more about the association, it's history and it's aims, click the button below.
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What do we do?
The CFSA is involved in the day to day management of nearly 2500 acres of land, including two washes on which wildfowl may be taken
and a large number of arable farms, giving plenty of opportunities for the pigeon shooter, mainly located in west and central Cambridgeshire.
The members of the association are further involved in the whole range of field sports, from gamekeeping, through ferreting and
archery to deer stalking and wildfowling, to name but a few. To read more about the range of opportunities available through the
association, click the button below.
What We Do »
How do I get involved?
The CFSA is always keen to recruit new members and to provide access to field sports opportunities which they might not otherwise have.
If you'd like to join the association, please click the button below to read more about what benefits membership of the association will
bring and to find out what our current membership fees are.
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