The Chamber News
Once again a sunny spring day as Cloudside Shooting Ground was the venue for the East Cheshire Chamber Clay Shoot. Sponsored by Berisfords Ribbons of Congleton the event raised £700.00 for the Chamber’s new charity of the year, Rossendale Trust.
Tim Newsome’s marksman skills came to the fore displaying some amazing shooting with a maximum score of 25 kills out of 25. Second was Ian Mallon of Neon Freight with 24 kills and third place went to Mark Howard of Handelsbanken. The Best Ladies Individual Trophy was won by Christine House of Wardle Armstrong. The much coveted Clay Conservation Award was scooped up by Anne Whalley of Belvoir lettings.
The Team Award was won by Wardle Armstrong with an overall score of 106.
After the shooting the whole party enjoyed a wonderful meal of steak pie and chips.
The Chamber would like to say a big thank you to Berisfords Ribbons for sponsoring the event and to Cloudside Shooting ground for looking after us all so well and making the day the great success that it was.