Show your support for rural charities by banding together and put forward a team for the Countryside Clay Shoot, to be held at Six Mile Bottom shooting estate in Cambridgeshire, 9 August.
BASC has organised the Countryside Clay Shoot for organisations and businesses to help support rural communities. This year’s shoot will help raise money for the Gamekeeper’s Welfare Trust (GWT), which helps support gamekeepers and stalkers during tough times, and the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI), which provides grants and financial help to the farming community.Seeing support from the Countryside Alliance, the CLA, the Moorland Association and the National Gamekeepers Organisation, the event will see up to 50 teams compete for the Hugh van Cutsem Challenge Cup.
Director of BASC England, Steve Bloomfield, said: “The Countryside Clay Shoot promises to be a great event and has the potential to raise a lot of money for two very good causes. The more teams that enter, the more money we can raise for the GWT and RABI, so I would urge people who shoot to put a team together, pick up the phone and book your places at the shoot.”
With limited places, the event costs £600 for a four-man team, including clays, cartridges and lunch. Book now to avoid disappointment via BASC Central on 01283 810910 or email: email@example.com.