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HIRED guns from Hawkchurch are helping Britain’s troops.
The village’s clay pigeon shooting business is making a donation from every booking this month to Help For Heroes.
Wyld Court Clays has already donated �250 to the charity when they staged a “guns for good” day in January.
Sarah Grimshaw who runs the business with husband Julian, said: “The shoot was so successful we decided to carry on raising money.
“For every person that makes a booking through to the end of March, �2 will go to Help for Heroes.
“We would also like to do the same for other charities over the next year.”
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The shoot is based in the beautiful grounds of Wyld Court – an Elizabethan manor house.
Elizabethan manor House Wyld Court.
Julian is the instructor and Sarah handles the business side.
They aim is to give everyone a memorable and fun experience of clay pigeon shooting, whether a beginner or experienced. They stress there is no need to hold a gun licence and gun hire is available at �5 per session.
To book, or for any enquires, please ring Sarah on 01297 449061 or 07813005096 or visit www.wyldcourt.co.uk