Articles in the Clay Shooting Society category
Ley Farm 19th May 2016 - Teffont Evias
Twenty-five members and their guests enjoyed a really superb day at Will Thatcher's magnificent shooting ground set amongst some of the most picturesque rolling Wiltshire countryside. This really is arguably the highlight of the shooting year.
Clay Shooting Society - 2016 shoot season
Please reserve these dates in your 2016 diary and keep an eye on the Club's website about 6 weeks prior for the Notice of Shoot for pricing and joining information.
Assemble 09.30 am Briefing 10.00 am
Shooting commences 10.15 am Lunch/prizes/disperse 2.00 pm
Compton Shoot September 2015
'What a blissful location', 'Hampshire at its scenic best' just a selection of comments made by members and their guests attending the Shooting Society's final clay shoot of 2015. Location, location, location is so key to our clay ground choices and the rolling post harvest countryside surrounding Des Sturgess's shoot at Compton just south of Kings Somborne is set in glorious Hampshire.
Shooting Society Update
Dogs - Friday 13th February
with a superb presentation by Howard and Lynsey
from Mullenscote Gun Dogs in February. Half the
Club's ballroom was made over to lecture space
packed with members and their guests to witness
two of Mullenscote's dogs in training go ...
Welcome to this spontaneous news note from your 2015 shoot team!
As you may be
aware Sally Sturt has now retired as Shoot
Captain after five years of superb organisation.
We all owe her our tremendous thanks for
providing such enjoyable times at clay shooting
grounds across the south.
The one that got away - or did it?
The participants of the clay
shooting section lined up for the last event of the season at
Compton Manor, King's Somborne.
The annual prizes would be decided that day; not that it seemed if
any of the guns were concentrating on that rather than catching on
the news through the summer whilst munching through coffee and bacon
RNLI Shoot Notice
Annual RNLI Clay Pigeon Shoot will be held at the Compton Manor Estate, Stockbridge on Friday 26th September 2014.
Compton Manor Estate is set in glorious Hampshire rolling park and farm land. The Clay Shoot layout offers a mix of stands that will, as always, flatter the less experienced guns and challenge the experts!
This shooting competition is for teams of 4 and will compris...
The Alternative European Competition
As the echoes
faded on the Eurovision song contest and the
political elite got fired up by the European
elections, our guns met in the serene haven of
Ley Farm. Ley Farm was a new venue for us;
hosted and owned by Will Thatcher.
The day could
not be more gloriously English at the height...
All Fingers Crossed at the Widdington CPS Event
Widdington Clay Pigeon Society Shoot
The Shooting section met for the second time this year at Widdington near Upavon. The glorious weather and rolling lush countryside displayed England at its best.
Our guns met as usual over a welcoming breakfast before being allocated to squads. There were a number of new faces who were strategically placed with old faces and being in the school holidays, we also had a number of teenagers to ...
Spring has sprung
wettest winter on record, the shooting section
were very lucky to be able to hold their first
event at the start of the true spring with the
hint of a little seen sun and the sound of long
forgotten song birds.
from winter to spring was complete by part