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DIY & Home Enhancement Suppliers Charity Shoot - June 5

Published: 14 March 2008
Leading retailers including B&Q, B&Q Trade, Screwfix, Focus, Stax, Trago Mills, Wickes, confirm attendence.
DIY & Home Enhancement Suppliers Charity Shoot - June 5
The 2008 DIY & Home Enhancement Suppliers Charity shoot will be taking place on Thursday June 5 at the UK's premier shooting School, The Royal Berkshire set in the beautiful countryside at Pangbourne just outside Reading.

The event will be supporting the industry charity The Rainy Day Trust along with the Children's Society and hopes to raise monies approaching £10,000.

This year B&Q, B&Q Trade, Screwfix, Focus, Stax, Trago Mills, Wickes, Wyevale & Tesco intend supporting the event.

The Shoot’s organiser MDA (Michael Dark Associates) are working with this year’s sponsors to target additional players.

Everything is provided on the day from breakfast on arrival to the instruction (so beginners need not worry), guns, cartridges, safety equipment through to the evening meal to conclude your day's shooting.

For more information email Michael Dark at mda.mail@virgin.net

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