Shooting Competition to raise money for Disability Charity

Diverse Abilities, Dorset’s Disability Charity, is hosting a brand-new event to raise money to provide support for children and adults with disabilities across Dorset. The new event will be a Shooting Day held at Purbeck Shooting School near Wareham.

The event, held on Sunday, January 28 will see teams compete for first place, guided by a team of experts.

Mariana Swain, events executive at Diverse Abilities, commented: “This is a great team building activity to get involved in right at the beginning of the year. Even if you’ve never been shooting before, there are a team of experts on hand throughout the day to help and guide you. You might even discover a hidden talent!”

Teams of four can enter for £380, to compete over six stands to find out who takes home the trophy. There is a shotgun start ay 10am, and there will be elevenses, mulled cider, and cake, as well as lunch provided.

Money raised by the teams will help to provide vital support at the charity including:

  • Days out for children who attend our school holidays activities
  • Much needed equipment at Langside School
  • Activities for adults who attend The Beehive – the charity’s activity and day centre

Established in 1995, Purbeck Shooting School has grown to one of the finest sporting clay facilities in the UK with some outstanding topography and mixed vegetation. This ground lends itself to naturalistic targets with a balance of difficulty to suit the beginner or the most accomplished shot.

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