GBRT Applications for the 2021 tour to the States and Canada

Team invitation

National Rifle Association

Published on:

Share

GBRT Applications for the 2021 tour to the States and Canada.

 

A reminder that the closing date for applications is the 31st March 2020. The originally posted dates have changed due to the DCRA meeting now reverting to its original timing.

We will now be travelling a week earlier, departing the UK on the 30 July and returning from Canada on the night of the 23rd August, landing in the UK on the morning of the 24th.

 

We will be competing for the America Match at Camp Atterbury on the 7th August 2021. The nearest town is Edinburgh, which lies about 40 minutes drive south of Indianapolis.

 

Please send applications to me:-  andrewlothian01@gmail.com

 

Related news

COVID-19

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

Continue reading →

COVID-19

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.

Continue reading →
Half Mast

Obituaries

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

Continue reading →
See more