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Inter-Livery Rifle Shooting at Bisley 2018

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  The Horners’ Company was represented at an Inter-Livery rifle shooting event held on 1st June 2018 at the National Shooting Centre, Bisley in Surrey by two Liverymen,  Ralph McNeill and John Roll Pickering, and a guest, Keith Thomson.   The day is organised by the Bakers’ Company and run from the RAF Target Rifle Club’s Pavilion under the supervision of very experienced coaches, including two winners of the Queen’s Prize and several…

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Inter Livery Clay Pigeon Shooting Competition 2018

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On 16th May, 2018 three teams competed for the Horners in this competition which was held at Holland & Holland’s Shooting Ground.  Eighty Livery Companies were represented with over 400 guns participating. Our Livery were again well supported by members of Hazeley Lea Gun Club.  We also enjoyed the support of our Assistant Clerk, Colin Freedman. In recent years rain has been a feature of this day.  However, this year it…

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Inter-Livery Clay Pigeon Shoot 2017

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At this year’s event, held on 17th May at the Holland & Holland shooting grounds, the Horners entered two teams. Our Court Team consisted of Past Master Lynn Walters, Court Assistant Charles Bettinson, Liveryman John Roll Pickering and a guest Mike Berry. Some heavy showers fell during the day although there was mercifully little wind. Although most of the targets were familiar from earlier years we still found them to…

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InterLivery Shoot 2016

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On 18th May the Horners were represented at the Inter Livery Clay Shooting day at the magnificent Holland & Holland Shooting Ground in West London by three teams, one consisting of Lynn Walters, John Roll-Pickering and myself with a guest, one team consisting of Charles Bettinson and guests and one from the long standing Hazeley shooting friends of the Horners. The day was a typical May spring day; torrential rain,…

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