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By: John Rowlinson - Updated: 25 Aug 2010 | comments*Discuss
 
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RuralSports was created as a unique reference point for interesting articles and features on various rural sports in the UK (both past and present). We were concerned that this did not previously exist in the UK.

RuralSports covers a wide range of rural sports, from hunting sports and animal sports such as ferreting and falconry to mountain biking and rambling. Each of our categories offers comprehensive information and practical advice on the rural sport in question including advice on clothing, equipment and safety issues. This is intended to enable you to enjoy taking part in rural sports in the UK without compromising your personal safety (and the personal safety of other people who may be taking part in the rural sport alongside you).

As well as information and practical advice on rural sports that are currently practiced in the UK, RuralSports also discusses past rural sports that are no longer popular. For example, badger baiting was previously a common rural sport in the UK, but is now illegal and carries a hefty fine for anyone who is caught.

We really want to help spread the word and if you can help by linking to RuralSports then we really appreciate your help.

For a short text based link you could simply cut and paste the following code into your page:

It will appear on your page looking something like:

RuralSports.co.uk - enjoying country pursuits safely

Or alternatively:

Which will appear looking like:

RuralSports.co.uk:

RuralSports was created as a unique reference point for interesting articles and features on various rural sports in the UK (both past and present). We were concerned that this did not previously exist in the UK.

RuralSports covers a wide range of rural sports, from hunting sports and animal sports such as ferreting and falconry to mountain biking and rambling. Each of our categories offers comprehensive information and practical advice on the rural sport in question including advice on clothing, equipment and safety issues. This is intended to enable you to enjoy taking part in rural sports in the UK without compromising your personal safety (and the personal safety of other people who may be taking part in the rural sport alongside you).

As well as information and practical advice on rural sports that are currently practiced in the UK, RuralSports also discusses past rural sports that are no longer popular. For example, badger baiting was previously a common rural sport in the UK, but is now illegal and carries a hefty fine for anyone who is caught.

If you have any questions please let us know.

Thanks

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