Young Farmers’ clay shoot raises £2,108 for lifesaving Norfolk charity
More than 110 people took part in a charity clay shoot which helped North Walsham Young Farmers’ Club raise £2,108 for a life-saving Norfolk charity.
The event, hosted on land loaned by north Norfolk farmer Tim Papworth, raised money for the Norfolk Accident Rescue Service (NARS), whose volunteer paramedics provide expert medical help at the scene of serious road crashes and other life-threatening medical emergencies.
The club’s press secretary Sheryl Melton said: “The weather was kind which drew out a crowd of over 110 participants, shooting over 8,000 clays.
“We were also lucky enough to have some of the members of NARS come along with their brand new Medic 22 van to show those who attended what they do and how the money raised from the clay shoot would be used to support the charity.
“The club will continue to raise money for NARS in other upcoming events this year, and would like to say a big ‘thank you’ to all those who supported the event making the day a great success for a brilliant charity.”
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