IOM Clay Pigeon Shooting Club location

Welcome to IOM Clay Pigeon Shooting Club

Hospice Team Winners 2020

History

The Isle of Man Clay Pigeon Shooting Club (formerly known as the Isle of Man Clay Pigeon Association) was officially opened by HE The Lieutenant Governor Air Marshal Ian MacFadyen on the 13th August 2005 and provides excellent facilities for it's club members. Visiting shooters from other clubs are also welcome to join in our competitions, details of which can be found on the Fixtures page.

Gift vouchers are available for purchase from the club that can be redeemed for the following:

A trial round of 25 targets, including the use of a club gun supervised by a member of the committee with complimentary tea or coffee

Club membership, clothing or cartridges (the latter only available to holders of a Regulated Weapons Certificate)

Please contact the club by email at iomcpsc@manx.net to order your vouchers.

Location

The Club is located at Meary Veg in the Isle of Man approximately 5 miles from Douglas and 3 miles from the airport. Turn off the A25 Old Castletown Road opposite the small cottages onto the single track road and follow the blue route shown on the map below.

Please drive slowly and carefully and after crossing the railway bridge turn right onto a new concrete road that leads to the sewerage treatment plant. At the plant entrance turn right and follow the track to the shooting range which is situated on the left as you come to the end of the track.

IOMCPSC location

Club News

2020 Prize Presentation Dinner

This will be held at Douglas Golf Club on Saturday 7th November commencing at 7:30pm. There are still a few places available but these are going quickly. Please contact a member of the Committee as soon as possible if you wish to reserve place(s).

Membership Fees

Membership fee are due for payment on the 1st January, only fully paid up members are entitled to reduced fees and competition prizes. Current fees are shown on the "Membership" page.

Wednesday Afternoon Range Opening

Until Christmas the range will be available for practice shooting of English Skeet, DTL or Pro Sporting on Wednesday afternoons between 1pm and 3:30pm only, subject to Range Officer availability.

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Hospice Fund Raisers

The 2020 Hospice Competition was held on Saturday 15th August, many thanks to all those who competed and/or contributed to help make this another successful event.

Hospice

So far the club has raised over £24,000 for Hospice from its annual competitions. Many thanks to all those who have donated so generously to help this worthy cause.