Memorial Service for Mark Bradley

National Rifle Association

National Rifle Association - Bisley

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A Memorial Service in remembrance of the former CSR Rep Mark Bradley will take place this Saturday 2nd November at 8:15am on the 600 yard firing point of Century Range, Bisley.

The Service will be conducted by the Reverend M Chester CF, who led the Armistice Remembrance Service in 2018 where Mark read the Kohima Epitaph.

At the end of the Service, Mark’s ashes will be committed to Century Range via the firing of the Cannon.

We welcome all members of the shooting community who wish to pay their respects to join us at this time.

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