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I’m pleased to bring you news that a second Shooting Futures presentation and workshop is up and running at Bookham RC (near Leatherhead, Surrey) on the morning of 29 October 2016 and is open to all from the South East.
 
This is a unique opportunity to hear about and discuss development opportunities and ideas with like-minded people and network over a light lunch in the new Bookham clubhouse. So if you’re based anywhere in the South East, you’re welcome to come along and participate (subject to availability, as places are limited).
 
There’s a poster here. Please display it at your club and send to shooting friends and acquaintances who you think might be interested.
 
Here’s the plan:
 
Dave Froggett, who leads the NSRA coaching scheme, will be presenting and discussing the opportunities it offers, as well as how clubs organise themselves for development.
 
Alison Webb is British Shooting's Development Activator in the South East and will be explaining where British Shooting fits in and what it can offer, including pointers on preparation for funding bids, club development and the disability hub club scheme.
 
David Sprigg returns by popular demand, to recap on how Bookham RC managed to get its new clubhouse and air gun range off the ground and now it’s open for business, to report on progress at the Target Shooting School.
 
Ken Bowley, the winner of this year’s Class X aggregate at Bisley and experienced GB prone rifle shooter will give a brief practical demonstration of the SCATT MX-02 electronic training system, as a taster for those who have not seen it before and with tips for those who have.
 
Jon Leech, ISSF committee member, A Licensed ISSF Judge and GB wind coach, will give a short presentation on ‘shooting well in the wind’; again an informative snippet and possibly a taster for more detailed skills training during the winter months. 
 
With all this and an opportunity to ask questions and meet and share experiences and ideas with others, what’s not to like?
 
All you need to do to register is Contact us saying you want to come.  Don’t delay.