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By Horners' Shooting Group
The Horners entered three teams for the rearranged Inter-livery Clay shooting event at Holland & Holland Shooting Ground at Northwood. This sporting event attracted 160 contestants split into 40 teams. Everything was so well organised by the Worshipful Company of Environmental Cleaners, with every spotlessly clean, as you would expect! Everything took place outside with plenty of social distancing including lunch being served in the woods around the venue. For…
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Twenty-five years ago then Court Assistant Lynn Walters assembled a team of four Horners and their ladies to participate in the first Inter-Liver Clay Pigeon Shoot held T Holland & Holland’s Shooting Ground at Northwood, Middlesex.  Then it rained for much of the day.   Shooting paused for lunch held inside an old pavilion.  Over the years the day has grown, with an enormous marquee providing a late lunch for 400…
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By Horners' Golfing Society No Comments
Not a particularly memorable year for HGS, with losses in matches against the Tin Plate Workers and the Actuaries, and forfeiting the Pewterers’ Quaich, even though the Competition was held at Steve & Maggie Bradbury’s home course, Betchworth Park. Maggie, did, however, master her new clubs by the time of the Newson-Smith Cup Competition at East Berks (organised by the Tallow Chandlers) with a magnificent 43points (off a handicap of…
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1349 (Woking) Cadet Squadron Annual Inspection

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1349 (Woking) ATC Squadron, the RAF, the Cadet Squadron with which the Horners’ are affiliated,  held their annual inspection on Saturday 17thNovember. The Receiving Officer for the event was Wing Commander Andy Massie OBE MPhil MA RAF who is a Royal Airforce Pilot and Qualified Weapons Instructor. The cadets provided an excellent parade in front of the Receiving Officer, the Deputy Mayor of Woking, Horners and parents. The Horners were…
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