The National Gamekeepers’ Organisation (NGO) has joined forces with Six Mile Bottom Shoot in Suffolk to offer teams a simulated game shooting experience in order to raise import funds for the NGO.
The NGO Team Flush, which is being held on Saturday 4 May, will give teams an opportunity to shoot 600 clays across six different locations including high partridge, pigeon, ducks pheasants and walked up with drives being selected on the day according to the weather conditions.
Tim Weston, the NGO’s development officer (south), said, “I would urge our supporters to get a team together and join us at Six Mile Bottom. The day promises some excellent shooting as well being a very sociable occasion.
“Importantly, it will help to raise important funds for the work of the NGO.”
To book a place, costing £300 per team, visit the www.nationalgamekeepers.org.uk