10 May 2014

Oxfordshire Clay Pigeon Shoot

  • Location / Venue:The Oxfordshire Shooting School, Enstone
  • Date / Time: 10 May 2014
  • Organiser:Chris Robinson and Matthew Finch
  • Telephone:07785 308282

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The Oxfordshire Committee of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust request the pleasure of your company at their annual charity fundraising clay pigeon shoot to be held at the Oxfordshire Shooting School, Enstone on Saturday 10 May 2014. All are welcome; you do not have to be a GWCT member to enter.

Starting at 09:30 including bacon rolls on arrival, shooting an 80-bird sporting and ending with a 40-bird team flush (including exploding targets), refreshments available all day (tea, coffee, soft drinks) together with a post-shoot BBQ and a pay bar. Raffle and prizegiving at 16:30.

  • £250.00 per team of four guns
  • £140.00 per team for juniors (under 16)
  • Stand sponsorship (supply your own banners & advertising material) £350.00, which includes entry for a team of four

The day is fully inclusive of all clays, refreshments, food and prizes. Teams to bring their own cartridges (min 400, fibre wad and shot size smaller than UK 7s), and cartridges will be available for purchase on the day.

Trophies for best team, top individual gun, top lady gun, best junior team and best individual junior.

All entrants must hold a current shotgun certificate, which must be available for inspection at registration.

Please ensure your entries are submitted by 3 May 2014.

For further information or to enter a team please contact event organisers:

Chris Robinson
Tel: 07785 308 282 email: chris@oxfordmeditech.co.uk

Matthew Finch
Tel: 07823 555 923 email: matthew@agl-uk.com

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