The Prince’s Trust 2016 charity clay shoot day, Eaton Estate
PUBLISHED: 00:00 26 May 2016
Over £105,000 was raised at a clay shoot day held at the Earl of Westminster’s Eaton Estate in Eccleston, Chester.
Prince’s Trust clay shoot
Andy Bell and Steve Sealey’s teams: the Belly’s Bangers and The Green and Tweeds
Belly’s Bangers: David Ennion, Paul Martland, Andy Bell and Richard Whitehead
The Green and Tweeds: Dean St John, Paul Barrow, Steve Sealey and Paul Bolton
Teams Gorton Gunners and Burkie's Bandits
Haraldur’s teams: Yell, Shetland, Orkney and Iceland
Altcar: Brian Jardine, Janet Gornal, George Digweed and Clare Smith
Karen Farrell and team
The team from Textron Aviation who sponsored the event
Boodles Chester and team
Pull & Bang: Julian Hindle, Len Morris, Andrew Craven and Dom Cornacchione
Hosted by The Prince’s Trust, which is now in its 40th year, 150 guests attended the action-packed shooting event before enjoying a champagne reception, lunch and auction which included prizes such as a luxury holiday in Marrakech. The money raised at the shoot, sponsored by Promatic International and Textron Aviation, will go directly towards helping disadvantaged young people across the North West.
David Pollock DL, chair of The Prince’s Trust North West Development Committee, said: ‘We are immensely grateful to all our supporters and sponsors for continuing to make this special event such a success.’
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