• Marjorie


What a big pile of prizes, what a great shoot and really good weather. The winners list, all 22 of you, will be posted on the notice board on Sunday both members and visitors winning goodies. Thank you everyone who brought prizes for the competition. We had some more new faces and we hope to see you all again, some with Shotgun Certificates and some new to shooting. All winners to pick up their prize by the second shoot in June otherwise it will be raffled first shoot in July and the proceeds will go to Manorlands (Sue Ryder Hospice). Hope that is OK with everyone. We raffled an unwanted prize of a bottle of Gin a few shoots ago and raised over £70 for it, so worthwhile doing and a good cause. I took the Manorlands Cup to be engraved with the winners name this morning, it can only be won once and the top scorer on Sunday has won it before so another new name on it. It will be presented on Sunday so if you think you have won get your best smile ready for the camera. Don't forget our usual shoot will be on this coming Sunday so hope to see you all then.



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