The club has a limited
capacity to accept visitors so it is ESSENTIAL that you book in with
receive positive confirmation before visiting on one of our practice
days - see Fixture List
You can view the availability of visitor spaces here. Please choose a free date, then contact the Club
Secretary to book that slot or request a reserve slot on your chosen
speed up the ‘check in’ process and save the Secretary retyping all
your data, please complete the online visitor form.
Alternatively it is still possible to download and complete the old
version of the visitor
information will be used if and when you wish to apply for
probationary and then full membership.
We start shooting at 10 am and continue to mid-late afternoon,
depending on time of year etc.
You need to bring ear
protection and eye protection and something to eat and drink,
although there is a cafeteria on site. A shotgun cartridge belt (12
gauge) is also useful. It can be a bit muddy and uneven
underfoot so stout walking boots are essential.
You must also present some form of photographic ID that shows your
address, a firearms or shotgun licence is ideal, failing that both
parts of a driving licence.
Ammunition is available at £7 a box of 25 at the range or bring your
own (bird shot only, no larger than #5), most shooters get through
between 100 and 150 rounds. You will need to pay range fees,
currently £10 for visitors + £5 if you are using a club gun.
You are permitted up to two
visits before you need to decide whether to apply for
membership. At this stage you will become a Probationary
Member (please complete this form),
pay membership fees (£100 for the year - Aug/July - or £10 for
each remaining month, October on) There are no range fees.
We expect you to try to shoot with us at least 5 times within the
next 12 months during which we will monitor your safety and
consider you for full membership once you have completed 5 visits
within a 12 month period.