Monthly Archives: January 2021

Head of Shooting – Wellington College – Vacancy

Wellington College are seeking a new Head of Shooting.  Job description –  Head of Shooting Job Description Jan 2021 Candidates must apply via Wellington College’s recruitment website : https://wellingtoncollegerecruitment.wellingtoncollege.org.uk/ Applications close on 12th February 2021 with interviews expected to take place w/c 22nd February 2021.

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Nigel Edward Campbell “Ted” Molyneux

We are deeply saddened to hear of the death of Ted Molyneux on 24 January at the East Surrey Hospital, Redhill.  He had been taken ill just before Christmas. Ted was one of Bisley’s characters and instrumental in the development and equipping of the Museum of the NRA.  His long and distinguished shooting career spanned

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Message to Clubs – Support during Covid-19 restrictions

On 5th January the Government announced various support packages to reduce the negative financial impact of Covid-19 restrictions on organisations including clubs.   Full details are available here https://www.gov.uk/government/news/46-billion-in-new-lockdown-grants-to-support-businesses-and-protect-jobs See also the on-line tool “find coronavirus support for your business” here https://www.gov.uk/business-coronavirus-support-finder?priority-taxon=09944b84-02ba-4742-a696-9e562fc9b29d   One off grants up to £9,000 may be available to organisations through

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Access to MoD ranges during Covid-19 restrictions

In light of the restrictions announced by the Devolved Administrations and HM Government, the NRA working with colleagues in the MoD has agreed to the cancellation of all NRA affiliated club bookings until 15th February 2021. This applies to outdoor ranges in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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John Sedgley Bennett

John Bennett (Life member LMRA & NRA) passed away peacefully on the 9th of January 2021 aged 89 after a short illness. John first came to Bisley in 1952, appearing in the final of the Queen’s Prize eleven times being placed seventh on two occasions in 1971 & 1973. He represented England in the National

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Coronavirus Update 5th January 2021 – Shooting Ranges Closed

Coronavirus Update 5th January 2021 Shooting Ranges Closed   Last night the Government ordered shooting ranges to close as part of the new lockdown regulations. Whilst disappointing it was not a surprise, with the daily reports of worryingly high numbers of COVID infections and hard-pressed hospital wards. The closure of our Bisley range complex to

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