BASC: Young Shots Introduction Day - Gloucester
Friday, 27 July 2012
Young Shots Introduction Day - Gloucester
7 July 2012
Region: South West
Contact details: Contact South West Office for information or booking on 01823 480 903 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The series of days will include a selection of tasters of various country sports, to include, depending on location:
clay shooting, black powder,
air rifles, fishing
ferretting, pigeon decoying
hide building conservation.
The day costs £20 per child and includes a goody bag to take away.
They should bring their own lunch and suitable clothing for outside.
Check correct time with organisers.
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