Former Norwich and Northern Ireland forward answers call to arms in north Norfolk
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Paul McVeigh is among the guests at a charity clay-pigeon shoot for children's charity Break at Heydon Hall.
More than 40 teams have signed up to take part in a charity clay-pigeon shoot in north Norfolk.
Break, which supports children, young people and families in East Anglia to change young lives, is hosting the Breaking Clays event at Heydon Hall, near Aylsham, on Friday.
Among those taking part is former Norwich City and Northern Ireland footballer Paul McVeigh.
The annual fundraiser, now in its third year, will be hosted by TV presenter Jake Humphrey, a patron of the charity.
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Previous Breaking Clays events on Easton Estate and Sennowe Park in Norwich together raised over £30,000.
The main event sponsor is Adrian Flux Insurance Services while Winsor Bishop is sponsoring one of the main prizes.
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Damien Sohal, of Winsor Bishop, said: 'Winsor Bishop are pleased to once again partner with Break Charity for Breaking Clays. Due to the success and fun had by all at the challenging High Tower shot Winsor Bishop will be providing another luxury watch as the main prize for an eagle eyed sharp shooter.
'In previous years we have had a gorgeous Omega Speedmaster up for grabs. In fact last year this was won with a superbly impressive nine from 10 record.'