National Paralympic Day 2015
Try Clay Pigeon Shooting at E.J. Churchill in Celebration of National Paralympic Day
E.J. Churchill, the award winning clay pigeon shooting ground, gunmakers, sporting agency and country outfitters, will celebrate National Paralympic Day 2015 on Saturday 25th July by inviting people of all ages (from 9 years old) and abilities to come and give clay shooting a go.
We are offering Have A Go sessions at a reduced rate of £30 (normally £40) per person as an introductory offer for this day only. This will be part of a nationwide activity to promote disability sport and introduce new people to clay shooting. The event will take place at E.J. Churchill Shooting Ground from 9am-5pm. Bookings must be made in advance by calling 01494 883227 and minimum numbers of 4 people per booking apply.
Victoria Tetley, Business Development Manager at E. J. Churchill, said: “We look forward to welcoming people to E.J. Churchill on 25th July to give clay shooting a go. We pride ourselves on making the facilities here as accessible as possible and this is a fantastic opportunity for everyone who has always wanted to have a go but never known where to start. Clay shooting is a challenging but rewarding sport that everyone can get involved with and enjoy.
“It is great that Paralympic sport is becoming widely recognised and celebrated across the country and we are very proud to be supporting National Paralympic Day 2015.”
Sarah Chambers, Project Manager for National Paralympic Day at the British Paralympic Association, said: “It’s absolutely fantastic that E.J. Churchill are getting into the spirit of National Paralympic Day.
“As the countdown to Rio continues, we’re encouraging people to get involved by either coming to one of our events in London, Plymouth, Nottingham or Brighton on July 26, or to join up with an event like this in their local community.
“National Paralympic Day gives people the opportunity to celebrate what they love about the Paralympics and I think that this event fits the bill perfectly. It is a fun way for people of all ages to show their support for the Paralympics.”
For more information, please contact Amy Martin from your local club, via firstname.lastname@example.org or 01494 883227.
About National Paralympic Day
National Paralympic Day is a celebration of the Paralympic movement and an opportunity for people in the UK to come together to relive the magic of London 2012. In 2015, the event will be bigger and better than ever. It will be the third time that National Paralympic Day has been celebrated since the British public came together the make the home Games of 2012 the most successful in history. In addition to events taking place in Plymouth, Brighton and Nottingham, thousands of people are anticipated to descend on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London to watch GB’s brightest athletes take on world class competition. National Paralympic Day is organised by the British Paralympic Association, supported by Spirit of 2012. More information can be found at www.paralympics.org.uk/npd2015 To contact the Press Office at the British Paralympic Association, please email email@example.com or call 0207 842 5789.
About E J Churchill
More than a century has passed since Edwin John Churchill set up his gunmaking workshop in London in 1891, laying the foundations of a name that now sees E J Churchill as one of the world’s finest gunmakers. E J Churchill is thriving today. Led by passionate sportsmen, it remains the largest gunmaker in British hands. The style, elegance, reliability and technical innovation of Churchill guns make them the natural choice for the keen shot. We are the only shooting business in the U.K. that has its own gunmaking facility, shooting ground, sporting agency, country outfitters and events business. This enables us to cater for all our clients’ sporting needs under one roof. Our home is the West Wycombe Estate, just outside London, seat of the Dashwood family.