Get signed up for charity clay shoot

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SHOOTING enthusiasts are being urged to sign up for a charity event.

The Safe@Last Clay Shoot Trophy hosted by the Earl and Countess of Scarbrough returns on 21st April.

The event has been held on the country estate of Sandbeck Park near Maltby, the home of the Earl and Countess of Scarbrough, for six years.

In addition to the shooting, guests will also have the chance to take part in archery, welly wanging and sporting air rifles.

Coaching and gun fit session with previous World Champion Skeet Shot David Bearsmore will also be provided.

The Earl of Scarbrough, patron of Safe@Last said: “My wifeand I are thrilled to host the safe@Last Clay Shoot Trophy at Sandbeck again, in aid of this fantastic charity.”

“We are particularly pleased this year to welcome Past World Champion Skeet Shot David Bearsmore who will be on hand to offer tips and advice to shooting guests.”

“I am looking forward to shooting alongside previous competitors as well as meeting guests new to the event.”

Mark Smith, Safe@Last operations director said: “We’re very grateful to the Earl and Countess of Scarbrough for kindly hosting this event and Torne Valley Farm and Country Stores for sponsoring the event.”

“We’re hoping for glorious weather, a brilliant day’s clay shooting and ultimately a superb fundraising event to support children and young people across South Yorkshire who are at risk through running away.”

For more information and to book call Barbara on 01909 566977 or visit