BASC: Hampshire women to improve their shooting .
Friday, 17 August 2007
Women in Hampshire will have the opportunity to improve their shooting skills at a ladies day at Lains Shooting School on Wednesday 12 September.
The course, which is being run by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), is open to women of all skill levels from the beginner through to the advanced shooter.
Women will be able to try their skills on a number of traps at the ground whilst being given excellent coaching from BASC coaches. The day, which is open to BASC members and non-members, costs just £65 and includes the use of shotguns, clays and cartridges, food and coaching, as well as a demonstration from the Mullenscote Gundog team.
Jenni Thompson, BASC Regional Officer, said "We have already held several ladies days this year which have been very successful. It is very rewarding for me and the coaches to see the women getting so much out of these days. Lains Shooting School offers excellent facilities for an event like this and I am sure that the day will be a great success".
There are still a few spaces left on the day, if you would be interested in attending please contact the BASC SE Regional office on 01798 865165 or e-mail email@example.com for a booking form.
For more information please contact the press office on 01244 573031
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