The Club grounds have been subject to major modifications since the summer of 2012 that now enables competitors to access all shooting positions via concrete paths.
For the comfort of all members and visitors there is a fully equipped ranch-style clubhouse with toilet, kitchen and lounge facilities. Hot food is normally prepared to accompany all competitions, and tea, coffee, hot chocolate etc. is always available.
Dogs are not allowed in the clubhouse, and owners should ensure their dog is kept under control whilst on the range.
We normally open the range every Saturday morning for practice shooting of DTL and English Skeet, and club league shooting takes place on most Sundays throughout the year. During the summer months we also open the range on Tuesday evenings. Full details of events can be accessed from the Fixtures tab above.
Visitors are welcome to join in the competitions but only fully paid up members are eligible for prizes. please see the Fixtures page for details.
Corporate and charity events are also held from time to time, further details are available from email@example.com. In order to satisfy insurance conditions it is necessary for visiting shooters to complete a day membership form this can be downloaded from the link below.
- 2 Skeet ranges equipped with English and Olympic Skeet layouts
- 2 DTL ranges
- 1 ABT range
- Sporting and Pro Sporting
Annual General Meeting
This year’s AGM will take place in the clubhouse immediately after the DTL competition on Sunday 13th December.
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.
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.
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.