Monday, 23 April 2012

Have a blast at charity clay shoot

Photo L-R: Surrey Air Ambulance Assistant Fundraiser, Karen Milton and Chief Pilot, Captain Steve Wood

Surrey Air Ambulance’s Chief Pilot will be among the teams calling the shots at a sporting clay shoot in aid of the life-saving charity next month.

Captain Steve Wood will be swapping his cyclic stick for a shotgun as he takes aim at Europe’s leading shooting school at Bisley on Wednesday, May 16th.

Novices and experienced shots are welcome as the course offers something for everyone from the bolting rabbit to the highest clay tower in Europe, presenting targets from 50 to more than 200ft.

The day-long event is ideal for corporate groups with teams of four and individuals needed to take part. There will also be an auction and prizes for Top Gun, Best Team and Top Lady.

Steve said: “Clay shooting is a great team-building exercise and a unique way to entertain clients.

“Come with your guest or guests to make up a team or come on your own and we will allocate you a team. It promises to be a barrel of laughs.”

Trained instructors will be on hand to guide each shooter with up to 100 clays including 50 for competition and 25 for practice.

Surrey Air Ambulance Assistant Fundraiser Karen Milton will also be among the keen shots at the event sponsored by White & Sons estate agents.

Tickets cost £740 per team or £185 per individual and include breakfast in the Victorian colonial clubhouse, a two-course lunch, gun hire and clays.

For more information, call Head of Fundraising Julie Jenkinson on 07843 336720 or email juliej@kssairambulance.org.uk.

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