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  1. Jackie and Richard Clarke have just installed a new pay and play range at Six Mile Bottom Shoot. I have been up to see it for work, it's in some woods and they have put a whole lot of effort and thought into it. Hard standing for the car park, get a card and shoot as much or as little as you like. They have launched a priority club for first chance bookings, email Jackie on the email below if you want to grab one of the last places. "It's a bit windy up here" I said to a colleague. "That'll be why they put the windfarm here then" was the crushing reply! But it made the clays more fun. I've got a couple of slots left at a preview event we are holding for women shooters on Friday 2nd. From Six Mile Bottom Facebook: Pay & Play at Six Mile Bottom Shoot New Sporting Layout of 10 different stands in rural surroundings Stands suitable for all levels of skill from beginners to experts (and all in between!) Fibre Wads Only Launching Saturday 3rd April Groups of 2 to 6 people (following current Covid-19 rules) 34p per clay – pay after shoot (card or cash) Refreshments available to purchase on site Toilets on site Pre-booked timeslots every 45mins available for Saturday 3rd April from 9am Wednesday 7th April from 9am Thursday 8th April from 2.30pm £10 per person deposit Email jackie@sixmilebottomshoot.co.uk for enquiries or book your slot
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