April saw the launch of the 2017 Lady’s Wood Challenge, with the opportunity for shooters of all abilities to compete for a top prize worth £1000.
The 100 bird, game-orientated shooting challenge includes various stands simulating game, pigeon and wildfowl, with two of the stands providing 20 bird individual flush sequences for partridge and grouse. It takes place within Lady’s Wood Shooting School’s renowned natural woodland setting at the foot of the Cotswold Hills.
The challenge runs Tuesday – Friday until 30 June (pre booking required) and top scorers across the qualifying period will be invited back for a ‘Super Final’ in July.
The overall top scorer will win a peg on a 200 bird pheasant day, with 250 Hull game cartridges to use on the day.
Runner-up will win a peg on a Lady’s Wood Simulated Game Day with 250 Hull cartridges to use on the day (worth £350) and third place wins 250 Hull cartridges (to the value of £100)
Ladies High Gun winner will be awarded a peg on a Lady’s Wood League of Lady Shooters event and 250 Hull cartridges, whilst under 18’s Junior High Gun wins 500 Hull Cartridges.
Chipping Sodbury-based Lady’s Wood Shooting School, shortlisted as one of the UK’s Best Shooting Grounds in the 2017 Shooting Industry Awards has been teaching people to shoot since the 1980’s, and offers expert tuition and thrilling simulated game shooting opportunities for the novice through to the most experienced game shot.
“The Lady’s Wood Challenge offers competitors of all abilities the opportunity to come and enjoy competing in an exciting event, within a stunning environment. Everyone is welcome and we look forward to testing the skills of our visitors, both regular and new, in the weeks ahead! ” says Chris Hanks, Manager and Instructor.
The Lady’s Wood challenge runs Tuesday – Friday, by appointment and costs £55.00 per person to enter. Places are limited so please contact Lady’s Wood Shooting School on 01454 294546 for available dates and more information.
More information on Lady’s Wood Shooting School can be found at www.ladyswood.co.uk