Bridgwater Shooting Club

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Corrected AGM Shoot results published.

Hi all, the Christmas handicap shoot will soon be upon us, Sunday 4th of December at 10.00. Hopefully the weather will be kinder to us than it was at the Flush shoot. There will be a number of prizes awarded on the day, a couple of which have been kindly donated by club member Alan White. One of his donations is a shotgun. Only club members with a handicap score will have a chance of winning this and the other prizes but if you win you will need to have your licence with you to receive it. The Handicap Trophy itself will be awarded to the highest scoring member who has submitted 12 cards over the season. The handicaps can be seen at Christmas Handicaps.
There will be a few nibbles provided and everyone can bring their own if they wish and a tipple for after the shoot.
See you there. Lee.

Cannington Clays

Clay shooting at Cannington Park takes place on Thursday evenings through the Summer (see the Fixtures page for dates of ALL events), starting as soon as all the stands are set up and we are ready, and finishing before dusk in order to give us time to clear away. Additional shoots may be added for Christmas etc. We can supply a club shotgun or two by prior arrangement (see Contact Us).

The shooting layout varies every week. On the afternoon of shooting, the course of 5 or 6 stands, giving rounds of 50 targets, is set up by those club members available, usually a group of dedicated volunteers who kindly give up their time to ensure set up is completed ready for the evening shoot, with a view to making it different to the previous week/s, so there are always new target presentations to consider - some easier and some not! No two shooting sessions will be the same.

If any members feel that they can perhaps add a different stand layout, they are welcome to come along in the afternoon at 14:00 and join in.

After the shoot members are encouraged to stay for a cuppa and then help clear up and collect unbroken clays, which are recovered for future use.

Please note that our permission demands that we only use fibre wads - clay shooters found to be using plastic wads will be asked to leave. Also note that the ground is rented out for sheep pasture, and the landlord's wishes are that dogs must be kept on leads if brought onto the shooting ground.

Ear and eye protection must be worn when shooting (see the Club Rules). Any person found not to be compliant will be asked to wear the correct equipment before continuing.

We are a very friendly club and non-members are always made welcome. Please note that non-Certificate holders (or new Certificate holders) will only be able to shoot with an experienced Club member to ensure the safety of all.

For details of our location please Contact Us.

Westonzoyland Range:-

Please see the Rifle page for further details.

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Bridgwater Shooting Club is proud to support Cannington Combined Charity and Cannington in Bloom
Cannington in Bloom

British Association for Shooting & Conservation

Clay Pigeon Shooting Association

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