NFAS Open Shoot  Report April 2014

On Easter Sunday we had a grand day with only two short showers in the afternoon.  A handful of new members helped to alleviate the preparation and all the jobs on the day. Mostly due to the shoot being held during one of the major holidays of the year, entries were lower than usual, but this didn't detract from everyone having a great day.  We have a lovely ancient deciduous woodland which has not been micro managed, so there are lots of copses and trees covered with lichen just breaking into green. The wild garlic and native bluebells were beginning to bloom. 

Archers shot 40 targets, 20 animal faces in the morning and 20 3Ds in the afternoon. 
Our catering crew did a fine job serving hot refreshments and provided lots of homemade cake from our pop-up cafe. 
A new area was used for general car parking about a 10-15 minute walk to the course through the woodland. Those with mobility problems were able to park beside the course.  A raffle was held to raise funds for a local charity, Winston’s Wish, supported by our land owner and the medal presentation took place by 3.00 pm. 
All the feedback was very positive and we look forward to our next shoot on 12th October 
2014. Look forward to seeing you then too.                        

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