Coronavirus Update – Saturday 4th July Range Booking Procedures and Risk Assessments

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In line with the government announcement, there will be procedural changes at Bisley from Saturday 4th July

For the NSC overall procedure please click here

In addition please select the below for specific range procedures

Century & Stickledown Procedures

Short Siberia Procedures

Butt Zero Procedures

Melville Procedures

Cheylesmore Procedures

Chobham Ridge Procedures

 

Risk assessments can be found on the following links

Gallery Range Risk Assessment

Gallery Rifle Range Risk Assessment

Hythe Frame Risk Assessment

 

Pre COVID-19 published standard range hire rates apply

Bookings Confirmed Pre COVID-19 for Saturday 4th July onwards

All range bookings previously confirmed will be honoured where possible; and

  • Bookings that are affected by COVID-19 restrictions will be cancelled, and notified by email informing them of the reason for the cancellation
  • Cancellations of previously confirmed bookings should be notified via our online system within the normal cancellation policy

Please note the timing of re-starting other types of shooting (NRA competitions, heritage, training, probationary, coaching etc.) will be published in July.

 For range bookings and other enquiries email range.office@nra.org.uk  telephone 01483 797777 extn. 152

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