The Chamber News
The East Cheshire Chamber of Commerce Clay Pigeon Shoot was held on 24th October at Cloudside Shooting Ground. The event was sponsored by both Business Doctors and Berisfords Ribbons with the proceeds going to the Chamber’s Charity, Ruby’s Fund.
It was a fine day and the shooting was of a very high standard with three competitors missing only one clay each in the shootout. The prizes were awarded in order following a count back on the scores. The first prize went to Tim Newsome of Myers & Co solicitors, second place was won by Paul Johnson of Direct Energy Associates and in third place was Pete Hutchins of Timothy Brown Estate Agents.
The winning team was made up of Paul Johnson, Ian Cottrill, Martin Beech, Aimee Carey, Steve Burns and Andrew Whiteley. The best ladies individual score was awarded Genevieve Powrie and the clay conservation award went to Kari Hazleton.
Following the completion of the competition everyone enjoyed a traditional steak pie dinner in the dining room of the shooting lodge. A raffle was then held in aid of Ruby’s Fund.