Sharp-shooting colleagues have the chance to enjoy a day of networking while raising vital funds for charity. East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is staging its very first corporate clay shoot event in October.
It is taking place at High Lodge Leisure, in Haw Wood, Hinton, near Darsham in Suffolk. Participants will enjoy tea, coffee and bacon rolls on arrival, before testing their skills by shooting at 100 clays and having mid-morning refreshments.
They will then have a two-course lunch, followed by an auction, raffle and prize presentations for Top Gun, Top Team and Top Novice.
“We’re very excited about this brand new venture,” said EACH Corporate Fundraising Manager Caroline Allen.
“We’re stepping into the unknown but confident it’s going to be a popular and welcome addition to our busy schedule. It’s an opportunity for businesses, corporate friends and major donors to join forces, network and have a relaxing day of fun together.”
The cost is £1,000 per team of four and the event is taking place on Friday, 6th October (9am until 4pm). There are sponsorship opportunities available.
All participants must be able to shoot and hold a full valid licence, which will be required on the day. Non-shooters are also welcome but will need to be in separate teams. The cost per team of four for non-shooters is £1,200.
For both shooting and non-shooting teams, a 20% early bird discount applies to anyone booking before 31st July. Cartridges will be sold from reception on the day and no game cartridges are allowed.
EACH supports families and cares for children and young people with life-threatening conditions across Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex. It has three hospices – The Treehouse, in Ipswich, The Nook, near Norwich, and at Milton, near Cambridge.