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BASC South West will host a Young Shots introductory day in association with Blackmore Vale Shooting & Conservation Society on 24 June.

The event, which is held every two years at Hartgrove Farm, near Shaftesbury, is a great introduction to the world of shooting and country sports.

Young people aged eight to 16 will get the opportunity to take part in a variety of activities including clay and air rifle shooting under the supervision of BASC-accredited coaches.

They will also learn about hide building and pigeon decoying, pigeon prep & cooking and get the chance to go on a conservation walk.

David Gervers, Director BASC South West England, said: “Our Young Shots days offer an excellent opportunity to try something new in a safe and supervised environment.

“No previous experience is needed as our coaches and volunteers are experts at helping all newcomers to country sports.”

The day is open to anyone aged 8-16, although there is a minimum height of 130cm, and costs £27.50.

Book online for the Young Shots day here or call BASC SW on 01884 260 910 for more information.

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