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Countryside Learning Scotland – Black Grouse Clay Shoot, Dunkeld 20 May 2017

Date: 20/05/2017

The Countryside Learning Scotland annual clay pigeon shoot fundraiser will be taking place on Saturday 20th May 2017.  It will take place at Dunkeld House Hotel in association with the World Pheasant Association.  A great opportunity to enjoy a country sports day and raise money for the important work that they do.

The programme is given below and includes an auction with entertainment once more provided by David Leggat.

9.15am                               Arrive at shooting ground for coffee and briefing

9.45am                               Shooting commences

1.00pm approx.                Drinks followed by Hog roast BBQ lunch

2pm approx.                      Prize giving and Auction

3.30pm approx.                Departure

The Black-Necked Pheasant Trophy, a bronze sculpture specially created for us by Simon Gudgeon, will be engraved with the name of the top gun.

All funds raised for Countryside Learning Scotland will go towards delivery of rural education projects providing opportunity and increased awareness and the benefits it brings to Scotland’s young people. Funds raised on the day for WPA will go towards their Conservation projects.

Costs for the day will be £160 per gun or £640 for a team of four. This includes beer and wine plus coffee BBQ lunch, cartridges and clays.

If you would like to enter a team please contact Ian Robertson on 07840 951332.
You can also donate a prize for their charity auction.